High pressure will move in and take control of our overall weather pattern for the next few days, starting with today. Look for a sunny day today with highs climbing into the lower 70s - great weather for the first half of the Easter weekend.
It's important to note, the further west and south you move from this cold front, precipitation type and impacts will vary. But a small part of our area may be dealing with a few showers and a rumble or two. The greatest threat with any storms that develop is gusty wind 50 to 60 miles per hour. Friday night and most of Saturday will be partly cloudy and dry; lows Friday night flirt with freezing, highs Saturday get near 50°.
The Easter weekend will feature changes for the region in terms of wind, clouds and temperatures. Showers are and storms are possible during the afternoon, evening, and overnight hours going into Wednesday morning.
Temperatures will remain around average, primarily in the lower-to-mid 50s.
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The next weather system will be nearing by late morning Sunday, and we could see light scattered rain showers, especially in the afternoon.
Partly sunny, with a high near 53.
Thursday has a partly sunny sky with highs in the low 50s.
A big warmup for Tuesday with highs in the lower 70s under a mix of sun and clouds.