After a strikingly cold day, we must brace ourselves for an even colder night. Overnight lows will likely drop into the upper 20s in most locations. Breezy NW Winds will stay active creating wind chills in the lower 20s! It’s important that everyone prepares and protects tender vegetation and any outdoor pets. Skies will remain partly/mostly cloudy.
Unfortunately, the cold will continue into our Tuesday. Highs will once again struggle to reach 50, and with a northwest breeze at 10 mph, the wind chill likely won’t get past the mid 40s.
Looks like our Wednesday will feature the most sunshine of the week, with “warmer” highs in the middle 50s.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will feature more clouds as well as rain chances. For Easter Sunday, we are currently forecasting upper 60s with scattered rain. It’s still several days away, though, so don’t cancel any egg hunting plans just yet!