It’ll stay cold for our Monday and as a result of high pressure moving closer to our area we’ll have fairly bright days to start the week. Tuesday things start to warm up to closer to seasonable temperatures, in the upper 20s and lower 30s. It should be sunny all day Tuesday. Wednesday will start out with some sun, then clouds will move in during the afternoon, and during the overnight hours it looks like some light precipitation will be at our doorstep. We could see a bit of snow accumulation overnight, especially along the coast. Things will change to rain during the day on Thursday with mild temperatures in place. Friday’s temps will be close to our normal highs as the low pressure system exits the region.
Today (St. Patrick’s Day): Highs 14°-24° with mostly sunny skies.
Tuesday: Highs 25°-31° with sun.
Wednesday: Highs 32°-38° with sun to start, increasing clouds in the afternoon, and some light snow overnight.
Thursday: Highs 37°-44° with light snow changing to rain showers.
Friday: Highs 35° – 42° with mostly cloudy skies.
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