Following a mild St. Patrick’s Day, colder air will settle over the northeastern United States this weekend.
The cold air will set the stage for spotty flurries or perhaps a period of heavy snow, depending upon the track of a storm.
Air to turn cold enough for snow
As a result, temperatures from this weekend into much of next week will range from near to slightly below average.
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