Today is the first day of Daylight Saving Time. If you haven't wound your clocks forward one hour you should do so now. The extra hour of light in the evenings will be nice. A chilly start to this morning some areas saw early morning lows in the single upper digits.
A warming trend will commence today, with the return of southwest breezes. It will be another day with some sunshine and the mercury should steadily climb towards the 40 degree mark. This will definitely lead to more melting, and this trend will continue right into Monday, which is forecast to be the mildest day over the next week with highs in the mid 40s. It will certainly be a nice few days to take advantage of the remaining snow pack, whether it be for sledding, snowmobiling or skiing at one of our state resorts.
Changes will be coming by Tuesday and Wednesday as a front slides down from the north and low pressure develops to the south once it passes. This will likely happen too late and too far south to bring us much impact, but we could see a bit of snow in the area Tuesday and even Wednesday when an upper trough slides across. During this time, it will be colder, but short-lived as milder temperatures with dry conditions return for the end of the week and into next weekend.
With warmer temperatures tomorrow and Monday it will feel like spring is just around the corner. Enjoy the rest of this weekend!