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Your State Patty’s 2024 Weather Report 

State Patty’s Weekend celebration is approaching, and whether you’re house partying or hitting the bars, it’ll be important to know what Mother Nature’s planning on throwing your way.

State Patty’s 2024 should bring plenty of sun, even if it will be pretty cold out for most of the week, so be sure to bring a jacket for your bar crawl. Here’s a look at AccuWeather‘s full forecast.

Wednesday, February 21

On Wednesday, temperatures will be relatively mild, reaching a high of 46°. The day will have a mix of sun and clouds, offering a pleasant February atmosphere. Wind gusts may be noticeable at 8 mph, adding a gentle breeze to the day. As the evening approaches, temperatures will go down to 28°, and the sky will be generally clear. No precipitation is expected. 

Thursday, February 22

Thursday brings a slight shift in weather with a high temperature of 40° and a low of 37°. Cloudy conditions are expected, and rain will start around the late morning. There’s an 83% chance of precipitation, and it’s important to note that the early rain could begin to freeze on some surfaces, causing dangerous or slippery driving conditions. 

Friday, February 23

On Friday, we’ll see warmer temperatures, with a high of 48° and a low of 23°. The day is expected to be cloudy and mild, with a 41% chance of a shower in some places. A northwest wind at 9 mph will add a slight breeze. 

Saturday, February 24

Unfortunately, Saturday’s weather brings cooler temperatures, with a high of 35° and a low of 18°. Partially cloudy skies will dominate the day with a 12% chance of precipitation. A brisk north-northwest wind will most likely add a chill to the air at 12 mph. 

Sunday, February 25

On Sunday, milder conditions will return with a high of 45° and a low of 35°. The day will eventually turn cloudy with a 15% chance of precipitation. 

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Alex is a fourth-year student majoring in journalism and minoring in sociology. Her biggest accomplishment was reading 4000 pages of Game of Thrones this year, hoping her inner nerd would return. She is also extremely passionate about social issues. You can reach her at [email protected] with any comments or questions.

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