It was a nice and cool weekend with highs about 10 degrees below average and plenty of sunshine. We have one more cool night before we start to warm back up Monday.
Clear skies are in the forecast through the overnight hours. Winds will remain out of the north, but they will be light as we head toward daybreak. This will help to drop temperatures again down into the mid- to upper-40s.
After the chilly start Monday, we'll warm up quickly under plenty of sunshine. High temperatures will be more seasonable in the mid- to upper-70s. Our warmup will continue on Tuesday with highs back in the 80s, where they'll stay for the rest of the week. Moisture will start to move back in by midweek, with a slight for showers returning late Wednesday and into Thursday.
Right now, our Easter weekend looks good. Saturday will be mostly sunny and dry with highs in the mid-80s. There are some indications of a front moving south on Easter, but it's currently lacking in moisture. Rain chances stay out of the forecast for now, but this may have to change as we get a little closer.
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