St. Patrick’s Day weekend looks to be sunny and clear with no rainbows expected.
Today, it was a chilly start and frost could likely be seen until around 9 a.m. But temperatures will warm up a bit into the mid-60s later today. Tonight is expected to remain clear with low temperatures in the 40s.
Tomorrow may start with some cloudy skies, but is then expected to clear up. Temperatures will hit the 70s and it’s expected to be windy, with gusts possibly reaching 30 mph.
On Saturday night temperatures will drop to the 50s. Sunday is expected to start sunny with high temperatures again near the 70s. Clouds could creep in on Sunday night, but no rain is expected. Low temperatures that night are expected to be in the lower 50s.
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