Weekend Weather: Chilly With a Chance of Showers

After another wild weather week that featured a nor'easter that dumped significant snow on much of the region, a calmer weekend is on tap. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley has your preview.

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After another wild weather week that featured a nor'easter that dumped significant snow on much of the region, a calmer weekend is on tap. It's springtime and we will see plenty of sunshine with a few clouds at times Friday as it will be dry, breezy and cool. However, temperatures will stay below normal through the weekend.
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Though cool, it will still be warm enough to continue the melting that's occurring from the Jersey Shore to the Lehigh Valley.
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In late March, temperatures normally warm into the 50s, but Friday and Saturday, northwesterly winds will keep high temperatures in the 40s.
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Come Sunday, those winds increase and shift to the northeast, increasing clouds and giving us a chance of scattered rain or snow showers.
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Clouds increase Sunday morning with a slight chance of a rain or snow shower. Any snowflakes will melt, as it will be above freezing.
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Showers are also possible Sunday afternoon, but will more likely be scattered light rain showers.
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Saturday will be warmer and sunnier than Sunday. Though there's a chance of a shower Sunday, most of the day will be dry.
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After the chilly weekend, warmer spring weather is ahead for the workweek.
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