Friday, April 14, 2017

Easter Weekend Outlook

It's so nice to see the grass really greening up and the trees starting to bud, it's definitely Spring in the Stateline! We enter now into Easter weekend, and overall the forecast is looking very nice!

There were a few isolated showers very early this morning with an elevated warm front that passed through. You can expect mainly dry weather through most of Good Friday, but the rain threat increases late in the day. The surface warm front will bring southeast winds and warmer temperatures with highs in the upper 60's. But the warm front will also bring showers and storms Friday late day and evening, and the rain will continue into the early evening.

Good news is, the rain won't last into your Saturday. We'll even get some sunshine through the afternoon, that along with breezy southerly winds will bring temperatures into the upper 70's to near 80°! Most of Saturday will be dry but more storms will fire up along a cold front Saturday evening. As talked about in the previous post, a few strong storms will be possible. We'll also notice some heavier downpours into the overnight.

Dry air moves in behind the front Sunday morning, making for a very pleasant Easter Sunday. Behind the front, temperatures will still climb into the upper 60's under that mostly sunny skies. The ground might make Easter egg hunts a little soggy, but temperatures will be nice with the sunshine! Check out where temperatures will be Easter morning, in the mid 50's!

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