Easter will be a little warmer

more cold on way

April 08, 2007

Temperatures in the Tri-State area will start warming up early this week, then drop again Wednesday, according to

Freezing temperatures on Saturday caused the cancellation of several local Easter events. Some went on as scheduled, however, such as The Great Egg Hunt at City Park in Hagerstown.

Saturday's high temperature was 37 degrees, according to, a Web site maintained by Hagerstown weather observer Greg Keefer. The low was 28 degrees as of Saturday at 9 p.m., according to Keefer's Web site.

Some snow flurries were in the air early Saturday, but didn't stick to the ground.

Today's forecast calls for high temperatures in the mid-40s and lows in the mid-20s, according to Snow is not expected for at least the next four days.


The highs Monday and Tuesday will reach about 50 degrees. The lows will average about 30 degrees, according to

On Wednesday, the highs are expected to drop into the low 40s, with lows in the upper 20s.

The average high temperatures for this time of year are and low temperatures for this time of year are about 60 degrees, with lows in the upper 30s, according to

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