A week that has at times been sensational, but at other times stormy, closes on a sour note with dismally damp 40s. The outlook remains cloudy and bleak through Saturday, but the bulk of the steady rain has passed.

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Through Tonight: Occasional showers continue into rush hour but gradually become less numerous as the evening wears on. After midnight, we’re left with primarily low clouds, fog, and drizzle. Temperatures hold steady in the mid-40s for the most part with a light breeze from the east at around 5-10 mph.

Tomorrow (Saturday): The day begins with pockets of fog and drizzle. By afternoon, it probably remain cloudy, but the sky may brighten some. Overall, conditions improve relative to today, with highs 55-60.

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U.S. temps and precip above average in March: NOAA reports the average U.S. temperature in March was 1.4 degrees above average. Despite record dry conditions in Texas, precipitation was 0.22” above average. See more information from NOAA.