Some springtime thunderstorms made their way across the area Friday afternoon. Some of the storms produced very strong winds, while a few other spit out some hail.
Much colder air will be moving in for the weekend as the storm system exits stage-east. The cold air will be moving in a very strong westerly winds. The brisk winds will stir up some scattered snow showers for the day. Temperatures Saturday morning will range from the upper 30s to lowers 40s. From there, readings will likely to be steady to slowly falling through the day.
Sunday will be brighter, but brisk winds and seasonably cold air will hold. Monday will see temperatures move back into the lower 40s with partly sunny skies. By Tuesday, we will have another chance of some rain and snow for the day. - JR