Wednesday night will see some patchy clouds with lows falling to the mid 50s. A few sprinkles may move across the area Thursday morning, but otherwise, expect a mix of sun and clouds with warm temperatures, rising to the mid 80s by late-afternoon. In addition, a stiff breeze will keep the fire danger elevated throughout the day.
Rain showers, along with a few rumbles of thunder, arrive on Friday with highs in the mid 60s. For Saturday, we'll turn much cooler with highs stuck in the upper 40s. Clouds and some rain showers stick around.
Easter Sunday may start with a few lingering showers during the early morning hours, but ample sunshine returns for the afternoon as highs reach back into the upper 60s.
Monday through Wednesday of the upcoming weekend will see a partly cloudy sky with the chance for a few showers each day. Highs reach the mid 70s on Monday and near 70 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Andy Chilian