Farmers' Almanac forecast
Before the season began, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration gave no hints as to what lay ahead. Without an El Nino or La Nina in place, there were few signals from Mother Nature. It was the Farmers' Almanac that called it best, after all, predicting a "cold, wet and white" winter for the mid-Atlantic. (Farmers' Almanac /March 31, 2014)
Another day of pleasant spring weather was forecast Tuesday with partly cloudy skies, calmer winds and highs in the lower 60s.
Early morning lows in the lower 40s were expected, rising to the mid-50s by midday.
Wednesday was forecast to reach the mid-60s, with mostly cloudy skies. A chance of showers was expected to move in Wednesday night and continue into Thursday.
Highs Thursday were forecast in the mid-60s, with showers likely in the evening and overnight into Friday.
Cooler air was expected behind the rain, with temperatures Friday in the 40s and lower 50s, with rain likely throughout the day.
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