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Cold on the Way but Warming Following

March 19, 2014; 10:27 AM ET


A shot of cold weather is coming in this weekend and will last through Wednesday of next week. Against the normals, temperatures will be some 15-25 degrees below normal from the Midwest to the Northeast. I think this might be our last of the extremely cold air masses for the winter as there is signs that warming starts Thursday of next week and will last into the first week of April. Cold air masses that follow will probably be in the range of 5-15 degrees below normal which is almost more normal for cold air masses in spring.

The models have been showing a storm next week which could bring snow, but they are all over the place with the track and the precipitation. It's probably going to be a storm that tracks across the South with rain and snow showers across the Northeast. I guess given the pattern, I would keep an eye out on the areas that seem to be getting the snow this year that some how the southern storm comes north and clips them with another round of heavy snow.

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