Severe Threat Over: What’s in Store for Tomorrow? (And Easter!)

Current Temps and Radar

Tonight – Shenanigans Over 

The Tornado Watch was cancelled early, the rain has cleared out, aaaaaand….the wind advisory has been cancelled!

The cold front that is to blame for today’s severe weather has moved through, and temps will drop into the 40°s.

Winds will still be gusty overnight, though not strong enough to warrant a wind advisory.

Get some good sleep tonight, friends.

Saturday – Cooler & Clear – Wake Up: 42°, High: 58°

Tomorrow will be chilly behind the front, but we’ll warm up to the upper 50°s and possibly hit 60°.

Skies will clear overnight, so the sun will help us warm up a bit.

Those annoying winds will back off overnight tonight (Friday) as well, and will slow to around 5-10 mph tomorrow during the day.

Sunday – Very Cold Morning Temps – Wake Up: 37°, High: 66°

Clear skies Saturday will allow temps to drop like a rock overnight into early Sunday morning. Low temps will be in the upper 30°s for Easter Morning.

We may see frost in some places, as well. A chilly morning for sure in a Sunday dress:

No rain to dampen your Easter egg hunts, just cold early-on.

Clouds and rain chances return Sunday afternoon, with highs warming to the upper 60°s.

The NAM 4km model has some scattered showers in the late afternoon and early evening:

Extended: Back to the 70°s next week after this cooler Easter weekend. 

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