ROANOKE, Va. – NFL quarterback, Tom Brady, broke the internet once again over the weekend, announcing his return to play after a (very) brief retirement.
While spring isn’t necessarily grabbing internet headlines, it will be returning after a brief cold snap.
While Monday morning starts out cold, the afternoon will be much warmer with highs in the 60s.
A breeze out of the south Tuesday pushes our temperatures into the middle to upper 60s after another cool start to the day.
By Wednesday, an area of low pressure cut off from the rest of the air pattern will bring rounds of showers. These last into early Thursday morning.
Still, the luck of the Irish will be with us by the afternoon on St. Patrick’s Day as highs reach the 60s.
Another front moves in this weekend but with limited rain chances. That brings us to Sunday - the first official day of spring. According to the Climate Prediction Center’s 6-to-10 day outlook, spring will mostly start out warmer than average.