Clouds have hung around today advertised, but temperatures have been cooler than expected. Clouds are slowly breaking up from west to east and will do so through the overnight hours. We will awaken to mostly sunny to full sunshine for our Saturday with just a few clouds passing by from time to time. The same thing will hold true for our Easter Sunday.
Temperatures will finally return to normal as we head into the weekend with highs in the upper 70s into the start of next week. Lows will also stay around normal dropping to around 50 degrees.
Monday into Tuesday will see our next system arrive, bringing with it the chance at some showers and storms. Monday afternoon will see some storms fire, but these will be isolated in nature. The better shot for rain will come on Tuesday when the cold front passes. These storms will be more numerous in coverage, but at this point, look to remain well below severe criteria.
We clear back out Wednesday and Thursday as highs will return to the 80s for the latter portions of next week. A cold front will pass to our north on Friday, and it may be able to touch off a shower or storm depending on how close to the viewing area it is able to reach, so we will watch for that to close out next week.
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