Mother’s Day Won’t Be Ideal but Could Always Be Worse

This Mother's Day will be highly unusual, for a lot of reasons. Pandemics don't normally interrupt the one (!) day we celebrate the women who brought us into the world.

Moms who are staying safer at home with their families will stoically eat breakfast in bed, with kid-made food (?) that could easily appear on Nailed It.

Meanwhile, empty-nest moms would gladly trade for some of that activity, since FaceTime is handy and a safe option right now, but it's just not the same. Still, it could be worse in many ways.

As of this writing, SkyWarn 13 predicts a chance of rain Sunday and a cool high of 53. That's a far cry from the weather anticipated to hit much of the East Coast, as Al Roker describes below.