CLEVELAND, Ohio – Clevelanders attending the St. Patrick’s Day parade this Saturday will need to bundle up, but can ditch the snow boots at home.
The temperature forecast continues on its downward path, with highs now dipping down to the mid 30s, while morning lows plummet to the low 20s. That means whether you’re heading to the parade, which kicks off at 1:04 p.m., or to a local bar, you’ll need to bring that winter coat, hat and mittens.
But you won’t have to be waterproof.
No snow or rain is in the forecast, with chances less than 10 percent. Instead, mostly sunny skies should stick around, which could help with the cold. Winds are looking relatively light as well, so there’s no worry about any unusually frigid wind chills.
How will you be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Cleveland?
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Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com’s meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook, Twitter @KellyRWeather and Instagram.
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