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Storm Team St. Patrick's evening forecast (03/17/2013)

Posted at 5:58 PM, Mar 17, 2013
and last updated 2013-03-17 14:01:00-04

A wet end to the weekend & St. Patrick's day! This will transition into more wet weather to start your work week, though your temperatures will stay mild. Tonight, rainfall becomes less widespread in fashion and more scattered. Temperatures will stay near the 60 degree mark overnight. We get more peaks of sunshine between thunderstorms and rain showers tomorrow which will allow us to heat up to the mid 70s once again. Scattered storms are not expected to become severe, though there may be some stronger storms over the Gulf that may effect coastal communities. The rain clears out overnight and in the early morning hours of Tuesday with temperatures staying in the low 60s once again. More sunshine will allow most places to get near 80 during the day. The dryness will cool us down a little bit and moderate conditions by Wednesday. We will wake up in the mid 40s and heat up to the low 70s. A low pressure system will begin to form over us on Thursday causing for scattered showers that will linger through Saturday night! Temperatures stay in the low 70s for highs and mild overnight conditions. By next Sunday, the rain virtually clears out but we cool down and will be in the low to mid 40s in the morning and only get to the mid 60s in the afternoon. 

Be safe tonight and have a good week!

- Forecaster Max Tsaparis