Lucky or not so lucky? That's the question with this snow on the ground for St. Patrick's Day. I have a feeling most of us are saying not so lucky. This will be a brief shot of cold air with highs in the 30s today. Snow showers taper off in the southeast through the morning hours with only a few breaks of sunshine in the clouds today.
The cold air only lasts for the moment as we are heading toward spring. Temperatures tomorrow increase big time with highs settling in the upper 50s to lower 60s. We stay in the 50s again on Wednesday, but bring in a couple showers during the afternoon.
Our warmest day comes on Friday with highs in the 60s under partly cloudy skies. This will be ahead of our next rain maker that is set to move in during the night on Friday and off into Saturday morning. Some good news the next several days is that we are NOT seeing a chance at snow during our seven day forecast.
Meteorologist Micah Harris