After a few flurries fly and chilly winds blow during the extended holiday weekend, frigid air will once again grip the Philadelphia area.
The parade of Alberta Clippers streaming from western Canada to the East Coast will continue through the upcoming week.
Each clipper will be monitored for possible strengthening and the development of steadier snow along the East Coast, which happened across New England on Saturday.
However, the majority of the clippers will race offshore and struggle to bring a flurry to Philadelphia and the other I-95 cities.
That will be the case with the clipper that delivered disruptive snow to Minneapolis, Chicagoland and Indianapolis on Saturday. Only a flurry or two will fly over Philadelphia Sunday morning.
A cool and gusty breeze will blow during the remainder of Sunday and Monday as dry weather dominates and temperatures return to the 40s. Monday will be the warmer of the two days with a high in the middle 40s.
Monday's high is not a sign of things to come. Instead, the polar vortex will sink southward and usher in noticeably cold air on Tuesday.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists are monitoring the potential for a period of nuisance snow to accompany the arrival of the arctic air on Tuesday, when temperatures will be held to the mid-20s.
Temperatures will then plummet into the teens Tuesday night and then remain there through Wednesday and Wednesday night.
More waves of frigid air should follow for the remainder of the month.
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.
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