COOL DAYS, COLD NIGHTS
We have entered a quiet weather period, but there will be plenty of chill to go along with it over the next couple of days. A Freeze Warning is in effect again tonight across the region. Those with agricultural interests once again need to take any necessary precautions to protect temperature sensitive crops and plants. Lows fall into the middle 20s to lower 30s under plenty of clear sky. Thursday brings plenty of sunshine. After a frosty start, temperatures rise into the middle 50s. Some more patchy frost is likely again in spots Friday morning. Expect some more clouds in the picture, with cool high temperatures in the middle to upper 50s during the afternoon.
Our next storm system is becoming more moisture starved by the day, meaning Saturday is drying out. Temperatures even look more seasonable too! Expect a mixture of clouds and some sunshine after a chilly start, with afternoon highs in the lower 60s. Easter Sunday brings much of the same. The only difference is it will be a tad milder, which is good news for outdoor Easter egg hunts!
There is a slight chance for a shower or two on Monday, otherwise it looks mainly dry. Our best chance for showers comes on Tuesday with a passing disturbance. It should be out of here by Wednesday, bringing a return to dry conditions and full sunshine. Highs stay above seasonable averages in the middle to upper 60s.
Have a great night!