We’ll be tracking a round of snow moving into the area tonight. A quick burst of 1-3″ is possible over the southern half of the area by early Sunday morning. Most of the accumulation will be on grassy surfaces, car tops, and roofs.
By Easter Sunday afternoon, we’ll be tracking clearing skies! So, although it wouldn’t be a bad idea to take the umbrella with you to church, the afternoon should be dry enough for outdoor Easter egg hunts! It’ll be a little chilly though, with high temperatures only making it into the low to mid 50s.
Next week, we’ll be tracking a nice little warm-up through midweek, with high temperatures on Monday topping out in the mid 60s! By Wednesday, we’ll warm into the low to mid 70s!
-Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller