As far as the weekend morning weathercasters are concerned, I think Ellen Bacca is easily the best of the bunch.
Do you understand the concept of a warm front? Let's start there.I am not a weather person, but her forecast for Easter is a high of 61 and a rain snow mix. How in the Hell can you have a mix when it's going to be 61?
One scenario where such a thing could happen: a particular locale lies north of a frontal boundary, a disturbance brings precip, the disturbance exits, the front lifts northward, and the locale that started the day in a cold, wet airmass finishes the day in a mild, dry airmass.
Here in Metro Detroit, we had a day last week that started in the mid 30's with snow on the ground and finished in the mid 50's to 60 degrees.