Don't put your winter coats, gloves and scarves away just yet. The old adage about March that says it comes "in like a lion, out like a lamb," rings true with with the three days of sporadic snow forecasted for Wednesday through Friday.
The NWS has issued a coastal flood warning from 3-8 p.m. today and a wind advisory today from 3 p.m. until Thursday evening. Snow is expected to start falling after 3 p.m. today, with wind gusts as high as 40 mph. Though only a 1/2 inch of accumulation is predicted, tomorrow's evening commute could be a slippery one.
Snow will continue Wednesday night into Thursday morning, with 1-4 inches possible, and wind gusts of up to 46 mph. The snow is expected to pick up again Thursday night and will continue into Friday morning, with minimal accumulation.
Luckily, the weekend is expected to be clear and relatively warm, with highs of 46 degrees.
With heavy winds predicted on both Wednesday and Thursday, downed branches and trees may cause power outages and road blocks. Please use caution when traveling.