Looking For A Dry Easter

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Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Daily Forecast Discussion:  

So how about this: Before today, we had only see .14″ of rain for the entire month. We picked up .40″ in 12 hours! A good dose of rain today as the cold front continues to move across the state tonight, it’ll bring a few hours of isolated showers, but a dry wedge of air moving in behind it should shut the rain off by midnight (ish). Low clouds may start to form early tomorrow as the airmass stablizes through Friday morning.

Conditions start to dry out and we should be back to mostly sunny skies for Friday afternoon as high pressure will start to move back at least for a day. For the weekend, highs will be back into the mid 60s. Saturday afternoon/evening may also see some light showers, however, things appear to be wrapped up later on that evening. Saturday’s front won’t be as strong and indications are that it should blast through fairly quickly.

Aside from some dew and light fog, Easter Sunday should be dry. Highs will climb back into the mid 60s and we’ll see partly sunny skies by the afternoon. However, next week looks fairly wet with a series of storms coming off the ocean with showers chances just about every day.

Have a great Thursday night!

– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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