Friday, March 25, 2016

Easter Weekend Outlook

Well...we saw a little bit of every season yesterday...with reports of hail, graupel, freezing rain, sleet, snow, rain, and thunderstorms across the entire Stateline area.

We do a weather 180 today with plenty of blue skies and sunshine this afternoon. High pressure builds in from the west today allowing for light southerly winds and temperatures in the mid 40's. Unfortunately the sunshine doesn't last all weekend. Low pressure system developing in the plains will increase the cloud cover into the weekend.

Peeking into your holiday weekend temperatures will stay mild and slightly warmer, but we also see a few spotty rain chances.

Saturday starts with a few peeks of sunshine, we'll see partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures climbing into the lower 50's. Most of the day will be dry, but a few light showers will be possible Saturday early evening ahead of our next cold front. Temperatures fall into the low to mid 30s into Sunday morning. If you are heading out to church on Easter morning it will be chilly and you'll want a coat for that with cloudy skies and temperatures near 32°. Temperatures will make it into the mid 40s despite a passing cold front Sunday morning. You'll want to keep the umbrella handy with a few scattered showers possible into the afternoon. 

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