SPRING SWING: 60 Saturday, Snow Sunday

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It will be mild again tonight. The wind will die down and temperatures will stay in the middle 30s.

Saturday will be warm. Highs will make it back to around 60. The strong southwest wind of 15-30 MPH will help warm us up before the next cold front sweeps through the state late Saturday and early Sunday.

Sunday will be a much colder day. The light rain/snow mix will change to all snow by sunrise. We will see accumulations of 1 to 3 inches of snow, but much of it will melt as it hits the ground. There may be some slick roads early as the snow is falling and again late Sunday night as the temperatures fall back to 20s and freeze the melting snow.

St. Patrick's Day is looking warm again. Highs will yo-yo back to the upper 50s and lower 60s.

Next weeks temperatures look like a roller coaster. Highs ranging from 60 to upper 30s.