The luck of the Irish is with you this Saturday evening and overnight as mainly clear skies and cold conditions will continue with lows into the 20s. Areas out east in the snowbelt with the deeper snowpack will likely drop into the single digits and 10s once again tonight.

Sunday will be sun-filled with temps that feel a lot warmer than where we've been! We should reach the mid and upper 40s by afternoon with a few 50 degree readings possible further south. Monday will remain quiet and seasonable with a few more clouds.

Our next system approaches on Tuesday into Wednesday, but it's been trending a lot further south--so we'll likely just see some clouds and a northeast wind that begins to pick up. Temps will remain on the cool side as they drop back into the 30s through late week.

TONIGHT | Mainly clear and quiet. Except for your neighbor celebrating St. Patrick's Day. | Low 20s

SUNDAY | Mainly sunny skies and mild! | Upper 40s

MONDAY | Sunshine with clouds arriving later in the day. | Mid/Upper 40s, colder lakeside

TUESDAY (HELLO SPRING!) | Becoming mostly cloudy and breezy. Slight chance of rain/snow south. | Near 40

WEDNESDAY | Mainly cloudy, breezy, and cold. Not spring-like at all. | Mid 30s

THURSDAY | Partly cloudy and cool. | Near 40

FRIDAY | Partly cloudy and a bit warmer. | Mid 40s

SATURDAY | Mix of rain and snow developing. Breezy and cool. | Near 40

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