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CLOUDY START: After a stellar Saturday with lots of sun, clouds want to kick off the week.  We’ll also get some spotty drizzle from those clouds on your Easter Sunday.  Highs reach the mid 50s.  By the way, we often have highs in the mid 50s this time of year.  The spotty drizzle turns into spotty showers on your Sunday night.  Then, the showers turn steadier toward daybreak on Monday.  We’ll even have some pockets of heavier rain.  Even though the clouds and showers continue on Monday, our highs climb to the mid 60s.  Wind from the south will pull up that warmer air.

DMA RPM Futurecast PM Extra Clouds

SUNSHINE RETURNS:  Sunny skies return on Tuesday, but our highs fall back to the mid 50s.  Blame the crossing of a cold front for that.  See, the showers wrap up on Monday as a cold front sweeps over us.  If you want more 60s, we’ll got you covered on Wednesday.  More wind from the south pulls up the mid 60s, again.

3-Day Forecast - PM CSV

CLOUDS CLOSE THE WORKWEEK: The 60s stay on Thursday, but the sunshine doesn’t.  We’ll have cloudy skies and showers, and that weather spills into Friday.  We’ll get our high on Friday early in the day, then we’ll drop into the 50s in the afternoon.  Look for low 50s on Saturday with increasing clouds.  Look for some rain by the end of next weekend.

7-Day Forecast - PM CSV

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson