3/17 – Rob’s “St. Paddy’s Day” Forecast

With a stationary front overhead, today will bring isolated t-storms this morning increasing to scattered this afternoon/evening.  As the boundary lingers and undulates back and forth through Saturday night… batches of energy will ride east along the front and provides for periods of rain. Rain accumulation should be ¼ – 1’ with isolated pockets of higher amounts until this system moves east Saturday night.

With a few rivers still cresting and continuing to rise…a saturated ground and additional rainfall will continue to cause issues for river residents and low-lying areas.

SPRING officially begins Saturday night at 11:30 PM for the Central time zone, with the 1st full day of the season bringing clearing skies, dry conditions and mild temps.

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