An upper level disturbance will likely trigger more clouds and showers during the course of our Saturday. A few rumbles of thunder can’t be ruled out either. Afternoon temperatures should be in the mid 60s but it could be even warmer if we luck out and see some decent breaks.
A weak frontal boundary will keep the risk of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for Easter Sunday. This probably isn’t exactly what you wanted to hear… however, southerly breezes should boost our high temperatures back into the low to mid 70s.
Additional showers and storms can be expected on Monday as a stronger cold front sweeps on through the Twin States. Temperatures may peak in the low to mid 70s by the early afternoon before falling later on in the day.
The middle of next week doesn’t look as active but an area of Canadian high pressure will keep our region on the cool side once again.