FRIDAY FORECAST DETAILS: Expect variable clouds, scattered showers, and isolated thundershowers. The threat of heavy rain is over, but the light rain that's fallen all afternoon has continued this evening.
The lower elevations will see generally light accumulations of snow as temps warm each day, but the high country will see some significant snowfall accumulations.
A drier and more stable atmosphere will limit precipitation across the local area.
The RAC said drivers will complete almost 19 million separate leisure journeys by auto over Easter - the first big getaway weekend of the year. There's a good chance they could speed up or slow down, thus impacting holiday weekend weather.
Weather on Wednesday is hot, dry and dusty with a drop in temperature while remaining eight degrees Celsius above the annual average, according to the Palestinian Meteorological Department (PMD). Nighttime temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60. Weather.com foresees a high of 58 degrees and a 50 percent chance of showers, and Fox 2 Detroit posts the outlook at right. Clouds will finally clear and we'll see sunshine to end the work week with high temperatures reaching the upper 50s.
That rain will break through Thursday. South wind 5 to 8 miles per hour becoming west southwest in the afternoon.
FRIDAY: High pressure returns for Good Friday and that means a good day of weather! The day will begin with an abundance of that sunshine with seasonable temperatures but we quickly climb back into the 40s and 50s later on today. Partly sunny, with a high near 47. Probably best to have the Easter egg hunts indoors this year.
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Despite this, there were concerns over regulatory interference, as seen in other Chinese commodities like iron ore and coal. Such obstacles kept foreign investors away from the major stock and bond markets in the mainland.