Weather Pattern Calms Down No Major Storms Next Week
Well it took all winter before South Central Pennsylvania & North Central Maryland got their big snowfall. Snow lovers were certainly jumping for joy. It took the 4th noreaster in 2 1/2 weeks to do this. For now it appears that the recent streak of Noreasters is taking a bit of a break. 4 in 2 1/2 weeks is quite a rare occurrence and after a while the stormy extreme weather pattern we have been in has got to relax for awhile. I think this is going to be the case for next week and probably through the Easter Weekend. It looks like we will see some up and down action..or I should say down and up action. The first part of the week looks chilly with a midweek warmup and then a chill down for Easter Weekend. Remember the time of year folks; we are in late March and highs should be in the 50s on a daily basis so cold is a relative thing.
First off this weekend we have rotating energy around the old snowstorm and this is going to create a strong Atlantic Ocean storm this weekend well offshore. This pins us between it and a cold front with showers to the west. This ensures the first part of next week will be dry and chilly...READ MORE ON THE WEATHER FOR NEXT WEEK ON METEOROLOGISTJOECIOFFI.COM