The quiet weather pattern will be coming to an end on Friday as low pressure develops to our south. Sunshine will give way to increasing clouds by Friday afternoon and evening. Rain will spread into the southern counties late Friday evening then spread northward overnight. Periods of rain will continue through much of Saturday. The heaviest rainfall is expected across southern and coastal sections where over an inch of rain may occur. Temperatures will remain below normal through the weekend with highs reaching only the lower 60s on Saturday.
We should see clouds giving way to a bit of sunshine by Easter Sunday afternoon. Temperatures should bounce back to near 65 degrees by late Sunday. Drier conditions and more seasonable temperatures will return next week.
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