Through the early afternoon a chance for drizzle, areas of fog, and light rain. Then becoming partly sunny through the afternoon. If the clouds break up quickly highs will be in the mid 60s, if the clouds stick around a little longer than anticipated highs will be in the 50s and low 60s. Radar and current temperatures below.
TONIGHT: Low near 53, a few isolated showers and storms possible. Also, likely to have another round of fog and drizzle in the morning.
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY: Chance for storms during the afternoon and evening hours pushing from west to east. Severe storms possible with hail, high wind gusts, and an isolated tornado possible. High near 66 southeast wind 10-15mph.
EXTENDED: Another chance for scattered storms later Wednesday through early Thursday, then more sunshine to end the week. Upper level system pushes to our north and will bring a strong wind Thursday. A cold front drops highs to the lower 50s and lows near or below freezing to start Saturday morning. This is important for all the people who have planted spring flowers. We might have another chance for rain to end the weekend as well.
Have a great Monday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.