Despite a rise in temperatures for the early weekend in Cleveland, colder air will return to finish out the month of March.
Rain will move into the area Saturday changing over to snow by Saturday night.
We are not expecting a big storm, but there could be a strip of snow that will stretch across the region with accumulations ranging anywhere from a coating to maybe an inch or two. A wintry mix may also fall over portions of Indiana, northern and western Pennsylvania, upstate New York, as well as northern and western New England.
The wintry mess will depart Sunday, and a nice warmup with conditions more like spring will move into the region for the start of next week.
For the last day of March, temperatures will rise into the low 60s, providing the city with some relief from wintry weather.
The coldest air of the winter will plunge southward across much of the eastern United States and will feature single-digit and sub-zero temperatures in the Northeast during the Valentine's Day weekend.
A storm unleashing snow from the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast on Tuesday will slow travel and cause delays.
Episodes of snow and slippery travel will affect the mid-Atlantic states and parts of New England through Thursday.
Denver Broncos fans celebrating the Super Bowl win will see ideal conditions for Tuesday's parade and pep rally.
A new study has found that nearly a tenth of cereal crops have been wiped out due to droughts and heat waves between 1964 and 2007.
Chilly air will visit New Orleans this year for the annual Mardi Gras celebrations and linger over the city until later in the week.
Mayor Lindsay Storm (1969)
1-2 ft of snow from SE New York into New England. Bridgeport, CT wind gusts to 65 mph; 800 cars stranded on Tappen-Zee Bridge, NYC. Property damage: New England more than $10 million. 10 people die from over exertion (heat seizure). Thousands of homes lost utility service. Drifts 10-20 ft. deep. Thousands stranded on highways. New York Thruway closed from New York City to Albany.
Venice, Italy (1991)
Bitterly cold air over the city froze the canals for the first time since 1985.
New England (1741)
Greatest snow of Hard Winter 1740/1741: 3ft near Hartford.