The third forecast of the year was the first that was inclement. Scranton was expecting yet another round of wet weather as a big complicated area of low pressure tried to spin from the Great Lakes through the Mid Atlantic and New England. A redeveloped slug of moisture made for a wet day on Tuesday, but cold air brought a few flurries on Wednesday. There were a few precipitation issues from some outlets, but it ultimately came down to temperatures, where the National Weather Service handled the turbulent conditions best.
Actuals: Tuesday – .24″ of rain, High 41, Low 29
Wednesday – Snow reported, not measured, High 39, Low 27