3/17 – Payton’s Sunday Night Forecast

The clouds hung around for St. Patrick’s Day, but it was dry and chilly. The clouds will diminish through the overnight hours and will be somewhat cold. Lows will be in the mid 40s in most area. Your Monday will start with some sunshine, but clouds will increase through the day. No rain is expected. The waters will be choppy, so use caution if you’re out on the boat tomorrow. Another weakening cold front will bring more dry air Monday night. By Tuesday the sun will shine and temperatures will be in the upper 60s. Wednesday is the first day of Spring! It will feature clouds as another system moves through. This clears out by Thursday. Sunshine and warmer temperatures will take over through Saturday. By Sunday our next storm system will bring rain chances.

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