Early April to shift into spring mode - Berne Tri-Weekly News

Early April to shift into spring mode

Weather specialist Rick McCoy said that area residents could see a significant shift into spring weather over the next couple of weeks. He noted that the forecast for the first half of April is calling for temperatures above normal for the eastern half of the country, including Adams County. April begins with an average high of 54 and a low in the upper 30s and ends with highs in the upper 60s and lows in the mid to upper 40s. In addition, forecasts are calling for above normal precipitation over the period. “We will start to see a noticeable shift on Thursday when temperatures attempt to reach 70 degrees for the first time this year and bring a good chance for thunderstorms into the area,” said McCoy. “Friday could also be wet, possibly with a little (no accumulation) snow mixed in Friday evening before ending.” There will be plenty of sunshine over Easter weekend, but a brief cool down, with highs around 50 for Saturday and mid-50s for Sunday. “At lea... Read More >