03/01 Ryan’s “Wet Start” Monday Night Forecast

March is of to a bit of a wet start with today’s showers, and tomorrow will see much more rain. We won’t see much through the night, but by sunrise another cluster of showers will be here.

That means expect widespread showers a few hours before sunrise, and then frequent rain throughout the day after.

Tonight’s low will also be much cooler, near 52 with increasing northeasterly wind. Tomorrow will be the rainiest we’ve seen in quite some time. Rain chances linger near 70% as there will be very few breaks from Sunrise to 9 PM. Thunderstorms are possible, but severe weather is not likely.

Skies begin to clear overnight and will be nice and sunny by Wednesday afternoon.

These sunny skies stick with us for the rest of the week, and we’ll only see a slight increase to them over the weekend. Seems there will be a weak, reinforcing front Saturday, knocking temps back into the low-to-mid 60s…slightly below average for March.

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