STATE COLLEGE, Pa.
“Spring fever advisories” and “happy warnings” are issued for communities from the southern Plains to the mid-Atlantic late in the week as warmer air builds.
Highs will climb 20 degrees higher than recent days in the mid-Atlantic by Friday, allowing people to get outdoors and enjoy the nice spring-like weather. Bright sunshine will compliment the warmth.
Get your flip flops and short sleeve shorts ready!
Expert Senior Meteorologist Alex Sosnowski said that Philadelphia and Cincinnati may hit the 70-degree mark.
Highs will climb into the 60s and 70s across the Ohio Valley and the mid-Atlantic on Friday. This means highs will be about 10-20 degrees above normal.
The warm weather will arrive as a large dome of high pressure anchors itself off of the Southeast Coast. A southwesterly flow behind the high will bring the warmer air.
Across portions of the southern mid-Atlantic and the Southeast, highs will reach into the lower 80s.
A cold front will plunge southward across the Northeast on Saturday, trimming back at the warmth by 10-20 degrees.