The winter of 2010-2011 just won’t go away. After the harsh winter that we have had in the northeast, cold and brisk conditions continue into late March now as a stubborn weather pattern will hold over the Capital Region through early next week. And don’t think April will be any different as chilly temperatures will hold with a chance at some snow by midweek. Yes, that’s right…more snow, MAYBE!
Some of the latest computer models are hinting at a chance of some snow as an area of low pressure moves through on Wednesday night. We could be looking at some snow for the Thursday morning drive as well as the opening of Jumpin Jacks in Scotia on March 31st. There are some differences in the computer models, but they sure don’t tell us any sign of spring within at least the next week.
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