A building storm system will bring a cool start to the week in San Francisco.
It is the same system that is expected to bring blizzard conditions to the northern Rockies.
After passing south of San Francisco will some rain Sunday night, it will spread more cool air into the Bay Area, holding daytime high temperatures to the lower 60s through Tuesday. Gusty winds will also howl through Sunday evening.
Motorists heading eastward on I-80 should expect to encounter snow on Donner Pass Sunday night and Monday.
The departure of the storm by midweek will promote bright sunshine in San Francisco and a high of 65 degrees on Wednesday.
Temperatures, which have been slightly below normal since Oct. 20, will moderate to near-normal levels with highs Thursday and Friday in the upper 60s.
The search continues for a Malaysian Airline flight and its 239 passengers that went missing early Saturday morning, just southwest of Vietnam.
A blast of cold air will over take the southern Plains on Saturday, reminding folks that winter is not over yet.
Warmer air will move into Atlanta this weekend and into next week, helping erase the cold start to March.
Showers will return early in the week with milder, drier weather is in store for the weekend.
With below-average temperatures in recent weeks, Detroit will see warmer, milder weather as temperatures begin to rise early next week.
After a brief bout with cooler air over the weekend, temperatures will rise back into the 40s early next week.
Dallas-Monroe Co. AR (1909)
Tornadoes killed 64 and injured 671.
Thule Air Base, Greenland (1972)
A wind gust of 207 mph recorded.
Philadelphia, PA (1960)
Record low of 14 degrees -- 2nd day of 3 consecutive record lows, and 1 of 4 set during March 1960.