Another great day is in store for tomorrow with warmer air and sunshine returning once again. Unfortunately the sunshine doesn’t stick around for Easter Sunday. The storm system moving through Saturday night into Sunday has slowed down and looks to move through all of Easter Sunday with a few rumbles of thunder possible as well. The thunder looks to linger overnight into Monday and the rain wraps up Monday morning. Clouds will be on the decrease through Monday and eventually mostly sunny skies make their way in on Tuesday.
The middle of the week looks to be a bit more active. Showers and storms are possible on both Wednesday and Thursday as a warm front, followed by a cold front moves through. This will keep temperatures on the mild side all week but once the cold front goes through on Thursday, highs will fall from the 60s and 70s to the lower 50s on Friday.
Tonight: A Few Clouds
Lows: Upper 30s/Lower 40s
Winds: Southeast 10-15 mph
Tomorrow: Partly Cloudy, Breezy
Highs: Lower 70s
Winds: South 15-20 mph
Tomorrow Night: Showers and Storms Developing
Lows: Lower 50s
Winds: South becoming Southwest 15 calming to 5 mph