Feelin’ lucky with the forecast
St. Patrick's Day parade sandwiched between rain and cold
The luck of the Irish is on our side with the weather this year.
After a cloudy but dry St. Patrick’s dayside, showers will scoot through tonight, mainly after midnight.
A front stalls a bit offshore but drier air pushes in just in time for Saturday’s festivities in the Capitol City. Don’t be surprised if a few of you by the coast or the Cape catch a few light showers in the morning.
Heading into Saturday night, cold air rushes in and it will feel like the middle of winter into Sunday. Highs will be in the 30s, with morning wind chills in the 10s and 20s!
Warmer weather returns on Monday, which is the first day of spring. By Tuesday, we are back in the 50’s with sunshine.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with showers. Low 42.
TOMORROW: Increasing sunshine. Highs in the low 50’s.
SUNDAY: Cold front arrives in overnight hours into Sunday morning bring chilly, breezy conditions. High upper 30’s
MONDAY: Spring begins at 5:24PM; Sunny and nicer with temps flirting with 50.
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY: Sunny and pleasant! Highs in the mid-50s.
END OF WEEK: Rain returns Thursday into Friday. Highs remain in the 50s.
Forecast by Meteorologist Geoff Bansen