Overnight: Light, scattered showers continue. As temperatures fall into the 30s, a few snowflakes may mix with rain. Some areas far north may see complete change to snow, but no accumulation is expected and roads will be fine because the ground is warm.
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Friday: Waking up in the 30s, then into the upper 40s for the afternoon. Few lingering showers in the morning with some snowflakes possible -- mainly north. Drying out with gradually decreasing clouds into the afternoon. Skies continue to clear with just a few clouds around Friday night. A chilly night with lows in to the lower 30s.
Saturday: Clouds, along with the wind, increase. Gusts may peak near 40 mph for the afternoon and evening. A cold front will bring scattered showers through the afternoon and into the night. Daytime highs reach the mid-50s.
Easter: May see a few rain/snow showers before dawn. This could impact any sunrise services with temperatures sitting near freezing. Drying out for the rest of Easter, with partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower 40s.
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Monday: Mix of sun and clouds early, then clouds increase with showers developing into the night. A bit milder with highs in the lower 50s.
Tuesday: Showers likely with a few thunderstorms possible. Little to no threat of severe weather. Highs for the day reach the upper 50s.