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Storm Team Tuesday morning forecast (3/19/2013)

Posted at 10:32 AM, Mar 19, 2013
and last updated 2013-03-19 10:32:00-04

We’re working the last bits of rain through as you read this. A cold front will race east into the Atlantic while drying happens in its wake. Initially, clouds will break up allowing for more sun and highs close to 80° inland; low and middle 70s at the beach. There may be a few left over showers this afternoon but nothing substantial. Tonight, skies stay partly to mostly clear with lows in the upper 40s. Fog may be an issue for the morning drive as temperatures fall and street level moisture stays high. Wednesday, we see more clouds than sun with nearly negligible rain; still a very small chance at a shower or two in the eastern big bend. Meanwhile, highs will be pleasant close to 70°. Thursday morning will be the coolest out of the next week with some touching 38° or 39°; no frost. Thursday afternoon and Friday stay mostly dry with another wave of low pressure bringing heavy rain Friday night and Saturday. Current trends point to a high rain chance Saturday and Sunday with slight clearing Monday. It’s still too early to pin down how much rain and if severe weather will be an issue, but if you have outdoor plans starting thinking about a plan B and stay tuned!

Be safe and have a great Tuesday!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker