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Long-Range Forecast – March 11

March has been an up and down month so far. There was a cool stretch early in the month, but this week featured record-breaking warmth and several days  well above normal. It will stay mild this weekend, and most of next week looks relatively warm, too. However, there is some unsettled weather ahead next week, with showers possible early in the workweek, then again late in the workweek.

We have watched the weekend of March 19-20 for a possible storm, and it still looks like there may be a storm in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast sometime between Saturday the 19th and Monday the 21st. While a snow storm is unlikely, the track of the storm could bring cool rain and an easterly wind. The pattern looks ripe for more unsettled weather in the following week. So, after a dry start to the month, there is likely to be near to above normal precipitation in the next two weeks. The temperature trend will stay warmer than normal, but it will not be as far from normal as the past few days, especially in the week after next.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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