Milder with some more sunshine Monday

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Winds lighten through the night.

 

 

BRIEF WARMING

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A mixture of clouds and sunshine is expected Monday as our next system inches closer.

After plenty of stubborn clouds this afternoon, sunshine is slowly working back into the region. This leads to clear skies through the first half of the night. Strong breezes throughout the day come to an end as well. Temperatures fall quickly into the 30s and bottom out in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Some clouds build into the area late as our next system slowly approaches from the northwest. Monday the clouds break up a bit, leading to a mixture of clouds and sunshine. It’s a warmer day with high temperatures near 60 degrees.

 

 

COOLING DOWN

Our next system passes by overnight Monday and could bring some light showers. St. Patrick’s Day looks drier, with just a shower or two possible. It’s a partly cloudy and seasonable day with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Wednesday is mostly sunny for our area, and Thursday brings a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Highs begin running below seasonal averages for this time of year. Expect readings in the 40s across our region.

 

 

END OF WEEK

Friday brings plenty of clouds to the area. There’s the chance for showers, perhaps with some mixing too. Otherwise, skies are drier for Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will still run near or below seasonable averages.

 

 

Have a great week!

-Andrea Michaels