Evening snow showers possible on Easter Sunday in the Baltimore region


Early in the month was a good example of how variable the weather was in March.

There are yellow weather warnings out for snow in Scotland on Easter Monday, covering a big part of the north of the country and the midlands. A few spots could see a little more but accumulation below 6,000 feet will be largely limited to grassy surfaces, rooftops, and vehicles but not the roads.

Sunday will be mainly dry and bright with sunny intervals and only the odd isolated shower, there's s chance of some rain and sleet spreading from the south on Sunday night.

Plenty of cloud cover is expected this morning, according to the Met Office, giving some pockets of mostly light rain and drizzle.

"From 2 or 3 in the afternoon will probably be when the heaviest snow moves through", he said. Still with us in the east and add-on that breeze it will feel chilly, temperatures below par for the time of the year.

As per the National Weather Service of Great Falls: Known flooded and closed roads are.near Snake Creek.New Hope Road south to Cline Road.

In the morning, winds between 9 and 14 miles per hour will blow out of the west-southwest.

Another is in place for heavy snow in parts of England and Scotland - especially on higher ground - between 3am and 11.45pm on Monday. West wind 8 to 13 miles per hour. Increasing clouds, with a low around 35. It will be a windy day with a strong easterly wind.

On Tuesday, there's a 30 percent chance of snow before 7 a.m. "Right now, we're going for somewhere around 1 inch in the metro area, maybe one-and-a-half". More prolonged rain is possible in northern England. Winds will increase overnight at times gusting near 50mph from the south switching to the northwest behind the front.

The heaviest snow accumulations were predicted for the area between Ellsworth, Hyannis, Arthur, Mullen and Tryon.

It will be mostly cloudy in gentle north-easterly winds. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.

A third warning for rain is set for between 9am on Monday and 9am on Tuesday across Northern Ireland.

Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 33.