Posted by Meteorologist André Bernier
Light snow showers are winding down this evening as drier air moves in overnight.
Today’s official snowfall of 0.2″ breaks the 23-day streak of consecutive March days without measurable snowfall. March continues to show a colder than normal overall average.
Despite bright sunshine for Saturday, temperatures will be reluctant to reach 32°F, most unusual for late March. Sunday will be less cold at 44°F, but still below normal.
Temperatures will not recover to near or above normal until Wednesday of next week.