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Updated: 3/16/2013 11:49 pm
This evening with warm temperatures still in place, isolated rain chances will continue through the overnight.  By morning, expect a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rainfall in the bucket.  A changing forecast is likely through the morning hours Sunday as temperatures drop off to near freezing.  The oncoming rain from the west will change into a sleet and possible snow mixture for northern counties. Breezy northeasterly winds at 10-15 mph will offer cold temperatures behind the passing cold front. With wintry mix chances continuing into St. Patty's Day north of I-64. Gray skies and clouds take hold on St. Patrick's Day through the morning and afternoon with sleet and snow mixing in the north and rain across the south throughout the day.  Winds stay chilly out of the northeast at 5-10 mph.  Afternoon highs will be quite a spread from north to south. Temperatures stay around the freezemark in the far north with high 40s possible in the south. Tomorrow night provides chances for a wintry mix and rain with cool northerly winds. 
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