Today we manage seasonally warm conditions before showers cool us down later this afternoon.
One day in the 60s or higher in the bag, and several more to come this week. Tomorrow may be another if we hold showers off long enough.
In parts of South Carolina and Georgia this morning, the sky was transformed into a turbulent gray sea filled with massive, rolling waves
The Weather Channel's aggressive ad campaign attempts to cast a spotlight on its live, real-time coverage compared to its competition.
Moving forward, we no longer see the potential for sustained cold and/or accumulating snow.
Last week's brief 70+ degree weather helped the trees to produce florets, or swollen buds. However, peak bloom - slowed by the weekend chill - still seems many days away.
I'm stopping short of advertising a beautiful, warm week but, compared to previous weeks, it's a step in the right direction.
After another cold day today, warmer times await this week with temperatures near to slightly above seasonal averages.
Moving on from winter can be tough, as today will remind us. After that, we're climbing toward more sustained springlike weather.
It might finally be spring, but it won't feel too springlike.