Rounds of showers Thursday from our am to pm commute, evening flurries likely.

Windy and mild with steady temperatures in the 50s through Thursday morning.
and last updated 2023-03-16 00:07:01-04


  • Windy conditions keep temperatures in the 50s overnight
  • Rain and showers bring a quarter to a third of an inch of rain Thursday
  • Temperatures tank quickly Thursday evening, flurries likely
  • Cold Friday and Saturday, single digit morning wind chills


Tonight: Mostly cloudy, windy and mild. Chance of rain increases by sunrise Thursday. A 30-hour Wind Advisory begins at 1am Thursday and continues through 7am Friday. Power outages possible. Charge items before bed tonight.
Low: 50°
Wind: S 20-30 mph

Thursday: Warming to near 60° by 2pm. A strong cold front blasts through with temperatures dropping into the 30s by early evening. Rain before the front, then showers with a few thunderstorms develop ahead and along the front. There is a slight chance of snow or a wintry mix Thursday evening.
High: 60° at 1-2pm, Dropping into the 30s by early evening.
Wind: S 15-25 mph shift to the N-NW 20-40 mph

St. Patrick's Day (Friday): Cold air surges in while wind remains very strong even after the Wind Advisory ends at 7am. Morning wind chills reach single digits. Grab multiple green layers if heading to the parade!
Low: 22° High: 40°, Wind Chill: 24-28°
Wind: S 25-35, Gusts 40 mph

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