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Lucky Charms, No More Snow In the Forecast!

Current Radar

Tonight: Partly Cloudy – 9PM 56°

I neglected to wish you all a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In which case, feel free to pinch me now.

If you are headed out tonight to celebrate in good Irish fashion, take a light jacket. Temperatures will dip into the middle 50s by 9PM.

Friday: Cooler, Rain Late – Wake Up 40° High 66°

Mostly sunny skies will translate to cloudy skies by evening. Showers will be possible beginning late Friday night, moving west to east overnight through Saturday morning.

NAM at 11PM CT Friday

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Saturday: Showers, Kind of Bleh – Wake Up 43° High 53°

Saturday morning, rain showers (some heavy at times) will be ongoing. Rain will taper off by early afternoon, leaving behind low to mid 50s for highs.

NAM 4KM at 1PM Saturday

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Sunday and Monday Preview

*There has been an update to the chance of snow discussed this morning, but don’t panic.*

Update: The GFS model this morning thought it might be cold enough for snow to form about 4,000-5,000 feet above the ground early Sunday.

Now, not so much.

GFS at 1AM Sunday

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Note: There are some differences in timing on when and where moisture may be Sunday morning. Here is the NAM 4KM at 1AM Sunday:

NAM 4KM at 1AM Sunday

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We will continue to monitor the “snow” situation, but our confidence rests in just plain rain Sunday morning through mid-afternoon.

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Brace yourselves…Monday morning temperatures be in the mid 30s. Brrr!

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