Severe Storm Overnight, Quiet Easter Weekend —
A quiet and warm day today, with temperatures in the middle and upper 70’s and dewpoints in the lower 60’s thanks to southerly winds. A line of showers and storms will develop to our north and west and move through late evening into the overnight hours. This line of storms will have the potential to become strong to severe. Any storms that become severe with have the potential to have large hail up to quarter and golf ball size, gusty and damaging winds up to 60 mph, heavy downpours with localized flash flooding, and an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. While the tornado threat is low, it is not zero. Make sure you have a way to receive warnings through the overnight hours to wake yourself up. This line will progress east through the overnight and by the time you wake up, we will be looking at a few showers and mostly cloudy conditions.
Temperatures Thursday will top off in the upper 50’s and lower 60’s with another round of showers developing mainly in our eastern counties through the late morning and early afternoon. This round could bring some severe weather with the primary threats being heavy downpours and maybe some small hail. Overnight temperatures will drop into the lower 40’s.
Friday, temperatures will remain cool in the lower 60’s with a mix of sun and clouds and breezy conditions. Overnight temperatures will drop into the middle and upper 30’s.
Saturday, more sunshine and warmer temperatures are likely. Temperatures will top off in the lower 70’s! Overnight lows will drop into the middle and lower 50’s.
Sunday for Easter, even warmer temperatures topping off in the upper 70’s and lower 80’s with breezy conditions and a mix of sun and clouds. Showers will develop through the overnight hours and temperatures will drop into the upper 50’s.
Monday through Wednesday, another storm will roll through bringing rain chances through the middle of the week and temperatures in the 70’s.