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No Thunder Rolling Tonight, Rainy Easter

Rain has moved out and we will (probably) stay dry today. Temps will reach the upper 60’s, not bad for a Saturday in April.

Garth Brooks looks all good to go tonight, no lightning or thunder concerns. NAM 3k model has some light showers this evening, HRRR model has no such showers. If I had to guess, I’d side with the HRRR, but it would be unwise to rule out another model solution. Looks as if you and your friends will not be in low places tonight.

Easter Sunday looks not ideal.

HRRR Simulated Radar: 3a Sunday – 3a Monday

The HRRR model above says your sunrise service may need to be moved indoors. It has rain throughout the morning, continuing to around lunch. Good news is, it shows a break in the afternoon for egg hunting.

NAM 3K Simulated Radar: 5a Sunday – 3a Monday

The NAM 3k model above shows your sunrise service dry, but has on and off rain starting around lunch and throughout the day.

Which model is right? Who knows. It could be one, a mix of two, or neither. We’ll keep you posted on here and Twitter. The one thing that models agree on – no severe weather or flooding concerns.

Then another round of rain is likely Sunday night overnight into Monday morning. No worries with that, either.

Monday – Wednesday looks nice and dry (finally a decent Wednesday). Next rain chance maybe Thursday. A bit cooler than average Monday and Tuesday, warming up to low 80’s by Friday.

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