StormTracker Forecast

Warm St. Patrick's Day, cooler Sunday, storms possible Monday

Thunderstorms moved across the mid-state during the early morning hours of Saturday between 2am-6am.  Small hail fell with some of the storms.

However, the storms are moving out, leaving a mixture of clouds and sunshine and a breezy, warm St. Patrick’s Day. Highs all the way up to the mid 70s! A few spots could even approach 80!

But cooler temps will push in tonight, dropping lows to the mid 40s by daybreak Sunday, topping out in the mid 60s in the afternoon.

Showers move in, especially across our southern counties Sunday night then look for showers and some stronger, possibly severe thunderstorms Monday afternoon. Still mild Monday with highs in the upper 60s.

Much cooler weather arrives Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

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