Rain is already increasing back off to our west and will continue to move eastward into the overnight hours. Our main threat with any of these storms will be strong winds in excess of 60 mph. The main line of storms look to impact our area after midnight and last till 8 am. An isolated tornado or two is possible, but the confidence in any of them forming is low. Most of the severe weather will stay well to our south and west.
As we head into the morning hours tomorrow rain showers will linger until around 9 or 10 am. After that we should remain dry other than an outside shower or two towards the afternoon hours. As the cold front exits the area, we'll have a slight cool down Monday with temperatures in the upper 50s.
The good news is after Monday passes we will warm up quite nicely back into the lower 70s. For the first day of spring it's looking to be quite nice and seasonal, so get out there and enjoy the ending of winter.
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