Friday Afternoon April 27th – Nice Weekend Underway

Good Friday afternoon, everyone. Offhand, I can’t remember the last time we had a nice weekend lined up for us. We saw our skies improve throughout the day yesterday, and we took in all the blue sky we could handle on this Friday. With highs pushing into the upper 60s and lower 70s for a few spots, everyone across the area should be enjoying the start to this weekend. With quiet skies in the cards for us tonight, don’t expect anything to pop up on the radar below…

In fact, we’ll keep the radar quiet throughout the rest of the weekend! With mostly clear skies and a light breeze tonight, it will turn a bit chilly. It’s nothing we can’t handle, though. We’ll start your Saturday morning out with lows in the upper 40s to near 50°…

With mostly sunny skies and a light northeast breeze, everyone should have no problem enjoying a mild afternoon. We’ll look for afternoon highs in the lower 70s…

The only change in the setup for Sunday is a little bit of extra cloud cover. Despite that, we’ll stay dry for Sunday…

After another cool start with lows in the upper 40s, a good south breeze will return at 10 to 15 mph. That should be enough to get afternoon highs Sunday into the middle 70s…

We’ll continue with temperatures climbing into the upper 70s and lower 80s as we work into the middle of next week. While Monday looks partly sunny and dry, have a look at what will be waiting for us by Tuesday…

That next system could bring a spot t-storm or two Tuesday afternoon, but it will bring better t-storm chances next Wednesday through next Friday. We have chances for severe weather on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. It’s too early to pin down any details, but we’ll continue to watch that stretch closely for you. Don’t forget that Doug has his long-range forecast, latest thoughts on the pattern and other possible severe weather chances for the rest of the spring over at headypattern.com

Have a good evening and enjoy the weekend!

Nick

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