After a drearily wet day on Thursday the good news is that Friday looks much drier…but it may not last as we’ll see a short break from rain but showers threaten for Easter.
All of that rain yesterday was triggered by a cold front moving through the region and overnight, it finally moved on to the east, leaving clouds behind.
We may still see a few showers left behind in the morning but drier winds prevail from the northwest and give us a break from the constant showers.
In addition, clouds will begin to thin out during the day as the system continues its exit. We’ll get to around the 55º mark for a high on the day. The chill continues at night as well as clear skies allow us to cool into the mid-30s for a low.
From the look of things right now, Saturday looks alright for the most part, especially early in the day. Mostly sunny skies will make an appearance, a sight for sore eyes!
Our next weather system won’t be far behind, however, as a warm front will creep through the area. This will switch our winds over to the southwest, and they might be breezy as well. But with the southwesterly winds, we’ll warm considerably and we’ll approach the 65º mark as clouds increase.
As a cold front begins to work it’s way in, we’ll see rain chances go up once again, especially during Saturday evening.
We’ll drop down into the mid-40s for a low, even with rainfall.
Chilly and Rainy Easter
Bring the Easter egg hunts indoors because we’ll have quite the chance for rain for Easter Sunday.
We’ll have some moisture wrap around behind the front on Sunday and give us a chance for on and off scattered showers for the holiday.
Since we’ll be behind the front, temperatures will only hover around 50º for the day and as showers taper, we’ll fall back to around the 40º mark at night.
A Peek Ahead
As we move through the new work week, temperatures look like they’ll warm up but showers will remain with us into the first week of April.
That just about does it for me! Follow our live weather feed @wxornotbg for the latest. Have a terrific Friday!