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Storm Team Monday evening forecast (03/24/2014)

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Posted at 2:53 PM, Mar 24, 2014
and last updated 2014-03-24 11:03:20-04

Tonight a mid-level disturbance will move eastward and create a low pressure system along a pre-existing frontal zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Moisture will increase slightly tonight with some areas of showers as well, especially in the southeastern portion of the viewing area. A large accumulation of rain is not expected; showers will be ending around 8:00 am tomorrow. 

Tomorrow will consist of a partly/mostly cloudy morning with clearing in the afternoon. The big story tomorrow will be the wind! So Ladies, this means another skirt alert will be in effect tomorrow. Gentlemen, hold on to your hats! Tuesday night will be chilly with lows bottoming out in the mid 30s, and even lower 30s in our northwestern communities. 

Wednesday will be cool as well, but after that temperatures begin to climb. Showers come back Thursday night through Saturday.