Tonight: Wind advisory remains in effect until 11PM; therefore, winds/gusts could reach up to 40+mph. Also, temperatures will drop to 40 degrees, and conditions will remain cloudy but a scattered shower is still possible. 



Tomorrow: Temperatures will remain in the low-40s, and a 40% chance of scattered showers and flurries will impact our day. Nothing to note in accumulation, but mostly cloudy skies will persist. 


St. Patrick's Day (Sunday): Sunshine makes an appearance for St. Patrick's Day with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will rise to the low 40's making for outdoor plans possible. 

7-Day Outlook: Temperatures steadily increase as St. Patrick's day comes along. On Wednesday, March 20th, the first official day of spring takes place. Even more fitting, temperatures on such day will near 50 degrees. Mostly sunny skies conditions as high pressure dominates our area this upcoming week. 

 

-- Chief Weather Forecaster Payton Domschke

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