It appears that a major weather pattern change will be developing over the next 10 days to two weeks. The mild air has been entrenched across the Southeast for the past few weeks will be pushed out to sea by a building dome of cold air over Canada. The first wave of the chilly air will begin later this week as a cold front passes off the coast. A wet period is likely to follow the front over the weekend as temperatures reach the 60s for highs. Colder air will arrive during the early to middle portion of next week and that air could stick around for several days. We could even see some frost or a light freeze by the end of March or the first week of April. It is certainly not unusual to get cold of that magnitude early in spring season. If everything goes according to plan, we should see plenty of warmth once again as we get close to Easter.
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