We're gaining 3 minutes of daylight each day and astronomical spring begins March 20th just before 1 pm. Sunset tomorrow night, because we turn the clock ahead, occurs at 6:50 and by Mar. 31st, it sets at 7:15. Insolation is the combination of 3 words; incoming, solar, and radiation. It's this radiation that will shrink our snow banks and snow cover in the coming weeks. The unknown is how much winter white we'll add this month. There is a snow potential Wednesday night as a storm moves towards us and off the mid-Atlantic. A cold blast follows possibly delivering one more arctic night.
SATURDAY: Mainly sunny, High near 42.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Clouds and moonlight. Flurries. Low 20.
SUNDAY: Sun to clouds breezy. High 35.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Clouding up. Snow showers late. Low 25.
MONDAY: Snow showers to sun. High 38.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, High near 40.
Forecast prepared by Meteorologist Nick Morganelli
Eve. snow possible