03/17 Ryan’s “St. Paddy’s Day” Friday Night Forecast

Happy St. Paddy’s Day everyone! The evening warming trend continues with tonight’s low climbing into the mid 50s. Skies are expected to remain mostly clear for much of the next week, but tomorrow evening will see a quick pop of cloud cover as a weak front moves through the area between 5 and 7 in the evening. We also have a small chance of seeing a random, isolated shower during this time, but I don’t expect much to make it this far South. We’ll see things cool by a degree or two as we head into Sunday, but once Spring arrives on Monday morning we’ll begin warming considerably. Expect to be in the mid 70s again by Monday, slowly climbing into the upper 70s through the rest of the week. Inland areas will surpass the 80s during this time, and humidity values will begin rising to “muggy” values, so it looks like Spring will be arriving quickly.

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