Keep those umbrellas handy tonight. Light showers are possible this evening under mostly cloudy skies. A deep area of low pressure centered over Georgia will continue to move slowly northeast this weekend. Expect mostly cloudy skies for the start of your Easter Sunday, and variably cloudy skies by late afternoon. If the system stalls near the I-95 line, as some models indicate, we could see a few more showers tomorrow afternoon and heavier cloud cover, especially over towns along and east of I-95. Low temperatures tonight will be in the mid to upper 40s across most of the area. Tomorrow, we should warm into the mid to upper 60s.
Skies will clear out Sunday night into Monday as high pressure moves back in briefly. That will allow temperatures to reach the lower 70s on Monday. Tuesday will be warmer, with highs expected to reach the mid to upper 70s, but a cold front will move through on Tuesday bringing us showers and also a few isolated thunderstorms. The front will leave temperatures a few degrees cooler Wednesday.
We should stay fairly clear Wednesday through next weekend. We are tracking another area of low pressure that could bring us a chance for showers on Saturday, but we will fine tune that forecast once we get a little closer.
In the meantime, have a wonderful Easter and safe travels if you are heading on the roads!