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.
Though cool, it will still be warm enough to continue the melting that's occurring from the Jersey Shore to the Lehigh Valley.
In late March, temperatures normally warm into the 50s, but Friday and Saturday, northwesterly winds will keep high temperatures in the 40s.
Come Sunday, those winds increase and shift to the northeast, increasing clouds and giving us a chance of scattered rain or snow showers.
Clouds increase Sunday morning with a slight chance of a rain or snow shower. Any snowflakes will melt, as it will be above freezing.
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.
After the chilly weekend, warmer spring weather is ahead for the workweek.