Tuesday, we had the luck of the Irish with temperatures reaching the 60s. However, you can bet your lucky charms that Old Man Winter still has a few tricks up his chilly sleeve.
The colder temperatures will remain on Thursday with readings in the chilly 40s.
Spring arrives Friday at 3:46 p.m. But you're going to have to wait for true signs of the season.
Brace yourself: There is some wet snow in your Friday forecast.
A storm will move quickly from just off the North Carolina coast on Friday and accelerate northeast to land off the New Jersey coast by evening. With a modified polar air mass in place, it should be just cold enough for a mix of wet snow and rain, changing to all wet snow before ending by Friday evening.
We're expecting 1 to 2 inches in Philadelphia and less than 1 inch as we get closer to the Shore. Please see the attached map above for more specifics.
This is a March nuisance storm that simply lets us know that winter is not quite over. So don't put away the snow shovels just yet.
Thursday: Dry and chilly 43.
Friday: A mix of wet snow and rain arrives between 9 a.m. and noon.
From noon to 7 p.m.: Any mix could change to all wet snow. Light accumulations possible on grassy surfaces. High 39.
After 7 p.m.: Clearing. Low 34.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and milder. High 52.