While several mild days are in store for this week, Washington, D.C., also faces a soaking.
Monday will turn increasingly rainy as a storm system from the Gulf of Mexico tracks northeastward.
The rain will persist, heavily at times, through Monday evening with amounts on the order of around an inch.
Widespread flash flooding is not expected, but there could be isolated issues in poor drainage areas. The main impacts of the rain will be an increased use in umbrellas and some cancellations to outdoor plans.
Motorists should prepare for slow downs and reduced visibilities, while airline passengers may encounter delays.
In the wake of the rain, temperatures will rebound to around 65 F on Tuesday and brisk winds will blow on Wednesday.
Another surge of warmth will follow for later in the week and return temperatures to the 70s.
After receiving a taste of spring weather in many areas, winter has made a comeback in the Northeast.
For 10,000 visitors, a supertide did not disappoint as it immersed the only connecting point of Mont Saint-Michel to shore.
Showers will punctuate the weekend in Detroit as temperatures steadily rise into the new week.
On March 29, 1848, a massive ice jam reduced the mighty Niagara Falls to a trickle, a rare phenomenon that lasted for nearly 40 hours.
A second straight night of below freezing temperatures will impact areas across the Southeast on Saturday night.
Winter will continue to hold its ground by allowing some snow to fall across parts of the Midwest and Northeast as March comes to a close.
New Jersey (1921)
Sudden temperature drop; fell 55 degrees in 18 hours and 20 degrees in 20 minutes across parts of the state. Tornado reported at Somerville.
11.5" of snow in Washington, DC, and 22.0" of snow in Baltimore, MD.
Record early heat wave; 90 degrees in RI; 91 degrees in NY, NJ, PA and MD.