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Cooler air is filtering back into the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry!
We begin Saturday in the low to mid-50s in many communities; around 60° at the beaches and far-southern areas. Temperatures warm towards 60° area-wide as we approach noon and are forecast to peak in the low to mid-60s by mid-afternoon.
A few communities may top out in the upper 60s to near 70° south and southwest of Savannah.
Heading to the 195th Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade? Grab a light jacket, but you can leave the umbrella at home. Clouds may be thick at times, but the chance of measurable remain remains very low.
A few sprinkles are possible.
Evening plans? Keep a jacket in hand! It’ll get chilly-feeling after sunset as temperatures cool back into the 50s, then 40s, after midnight.
The forecast remains mostly cloudy into Sunday as a small storm system passes just to our south. Some rain showers are possible Sunday morning through early afternoon; especially south of Savannah.
The forecast clears out and remains pleasant-feeling heading into next week.
As you go out and celebrate the weekend, remember that the First Alert Forecast is always in the palm of your hand with the WTOC Weather App; radar, current conditions and hour-by-hour forecasts are free in the app.
Have a great day,