Overnight Forecast Friday, March 29, 2019

Weather

Tonight we will have a variably cloudy sky with some drizzle around. It will turn out to be mild with low temperatures in the 40s to around the 50-degree mark.

A front will stay just off to our west through the day time Saturday. This will bring us more clouds than sunshine, with more sun to the southeast and more clouds to the northwest, where there could be some raindrops throughout the day. It will be a warm March day as our high temperatures will get well into the 60s and the lower 70s. Rain will move into the region Saturday night and continue into to Sunday morning. Saturday night will have low temperatures down into the 40s. Then on Sunday high temperatures will be in the middle and upper 40s but will start to cool during the afternoon and evening. Now the rain will start to taper through the day, but some snowflakes can mix in later in the day as the colder air pushes into the region. Clouds may start to break on Sunday as well. Sunday night will be cold with low temperatures down into the 20s and any precipitation will come to an end and the clouds will continue to diminish as high pressure builds in. It will be a breezy night though. Monday will feature plenty of sunshine, but it will be chilly with high temperatures in the middle to upper 40s. As we head into Tuesday, you will want to keep the sunglasses on hand as we will see the sunshine starting to mix with some clouds later in the day. It will be more seasonable with high temperatures in the upper 40s to the lower 50s. Wednesday and Thursday will have clouds and sunshine. High temperatures Wednesday will get to the 50s, while for Thursday they will be in the 50s to near 60 degrees. As we head into Friday another system looks to move toward the region bring us plenty of clouds and showers. It will turn out to be mild though with our high temperatures a few degrees either side of 60.

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