Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
While today was far from mild, it definitely was milder than yesterday with a good deal of sunshine pushing temperatures into the 50s. Tonight will still be chilly for this time of the year with lows in the 30s. An easterly flow will try to push a deck of clouds into the area later tonight. How far these clouds move into the region will really dictate where temperatures will reach during the day on Friday. After a chilly start to the day temperatures will have a tough time rising out of the lower 50s under these clouds. But for places that do have some sunshine the mercury will push up toward 60. A weak front may bring a shower or some drizzle Friday night but should move out very quickly Saturday morning. Otherwise Saturday will be partly sunny with highs well into the 50s to near 60. Easter Sunday will start chilly with sunrise temperatures in the 30s but afternoon temperatures will push into the lower to middle 60s. Monday also should be mild with highs near or just above 60 before the next front brings showers and a thunderstorm or two Monday night into Tuesday. Behind that front, Wednesday may feature a chilly breeze but the end of next week looks warm.
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