After a breezy Monday in San Francisco, the storm system that brought the strong winds down from the Northwest has moved off toward the middle of the country.
Temperatures for the week will be in the mid-60s, which is right around the normal temperature for this time of year.
Breezy conditions are expected to return on Thursday with a mix of clouds and sun as a new storm system comes into the Northwest, but no rain is expected.
Overnight lows through the weekend will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Some more cloudiness is likely during the overnight hours into the morning but will mostly clear up with just a few intermittent clouds as the days progress.
Colder air will slowly filter across the Detroit area this weekend following a mild end to the week.
Colder air will slowly filter across the Cleveland area this weekend following a mild end to the week.
The temperature roller-coaster ride will continue through St. Patrick's Day for the Boston area.
The Pennsylvania capital will be seeing a roller-coaster ride of temperatures through the weekend.
Dry weather will exacerbate drought and fire danger concerns for California this weekend.
The cold will return to the city for the weekend, as Old Man Winter makes another appearance.
Cilaos, La Reunion (S. Indian Ocean) (1952)
March 15th-16th had rainfall of 73.62" in 24 hours -- a world record.
Traditional date for Turkey Buzzards to return to Hinckley.
High winds downed trees and power lines. Peak winds include: Location: Wind gusts: Madison, WI 67 mph Wausau, WI 56 mph Janesville, WI 60 mph Chicago, IL 41 mph Rapid City, SD 75 mph