Weather with Pat Pagano – March 19

IT’S A WEATHER BOWLING ALLEY THIS WEEK, AS ONE TO THREE STORMS HEAD EAST FROM THE PLAINS. BEFORE WE PLAY THE GAME…TODAY WILL BE FAIR AND CHILLY. STORM ONE HEADS EAST AND MOVES OFF THE MID-ATLANTIC, SPARING NEW ENGLAND…BUT A STRIKE FOR THE MID ATLANTIC (WITH A WINTRY MIX FROM WEST VA. TO DELAWARE). STORM NUMBER TWO BLOWS UP OFF THE COAST, BUT COULD BE A GUTTERBALL FOR MOST OF US …OR A STRIKE THAT COULD WIN THE GAME. BY LATE WEEK AND WEEKEND…STORM NUMBER THREE COULD STRIKE THE MID-ATLANTIC AND THEN HOOK TO NEW ENGLAND. ANY OF THESE STORMS COULD BRING WINTRY PRECIP, BUT THE QUESTION IS: IN WHAT FRAME?

WEATHER TRIVIA:

1958- EVE OF SPRING STORMS DUMPS SNOW….5” IN THE SOUTHEAST UP TO 40” IN MAINE.

SHORT VERSION:

TODAY: MOSTLY SUNNY – BREEZY – UPPER 30S

TNTE: CLEAR AND COLD – 15-20

TUES: SUNNY – 40

WED: SOME SUN – 40

THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY AND WINDY – MID 40S



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