Spring is almost here and the weather will acknowledge this for a few days at least around Harrisburg, Pa.
Temperatures will rebound into the 50s on Thursday as spring officially arrives in the afternoon.
The first full day of spring, Friday will be seasonable with some sunshine and a high in the 50s.
Some rain may return to the area on Saturday.
Even though the region will be officially done with winter, the weather may not abide by change of seasons.
Another system is being watched for possible snow during the middle of next week over the mid-Atlantic and central Appalachians in general. However, at this early stage, the track, the dividing line between rain and snow and the magnitude of the storm are uncertain.
Regardless of the storm potential, cold air will return next week.
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A pair of disturbances tracking eastward from the Plains will bring bouts of showers and thunderstorms to the East through the rest of the week.
The San Francisco area will remain dry and warm into the Independence Day weekend.
A large area of high pressure over the West will keep temperatures above normal through the middle of the week.
The last major eruption of Mount Hakone occurred around 2,900 years ago, according to the Global Volcanism Project at the Smithsonian Institution.
Umbrellas and raincoats will be put to good use across the Midwest this week as a stormy weather pattern sets up over the region.
The combination of excessive heat and dry thunderstorms in many areas will add to the wildfire threat in the western part of United States and Canada through much of July.
Baton Rouge, LA (1989)
22.80" of rain for the month of June.
Evansville, IN (1991)
Apparent temperature of 112 degrees.
New York, NY (1992)
No 90-degree readings during June; the first June without any 90-degree heat since 1985.