Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Spring Begins With Storm On Both Coasts...

What a change in the feel to the air today as not only were we 10-15 degrees cooler(70), but the lack of humidity made it feel great.  Drier air will mean cooler overnight lows, but under bright sunshine highs should recover to near 70.  I was out golfing today and the 15-25 mph winds made it difficult keeping the ball going where I wanted it.  Wednesday through Friday will see less wind and comfy cool temps with a warming trend by Friday PM.  The weekend should be back to near 80+.


Today is the astronomical beginning of Spring, but nasty winter-like weather is pounding both coast.   California is getting a real soaker while from the Ohio River Valley to New England,  it’s the 4th Nor’easter in 4 weeks.  8-12”+ snowfall is likely from D.C. through Philly through NYC to Boston.  I hope none of you have travel plans up that way for the next 1-2 days.  Sooner or later, this persistent pattern of an east coast trough will break down, but we are likely to see it last into April.  That means we still can look forward to more cold fronts for another 3-4 weeks before the real heat of summer starts to show its face by late April.  Stay Tuned!

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