Clouds will arrive late tonight ahead of a few light rain showers early Saturday before skies clear and temps rebound into the low 70s. The rain is expected to arrive from the west a few hours after midnight and cover most of the NRV before ending by the middle of the morning.

After starting out the day with some rain and drizzle, Saturday looks to develop a pleasant and dry pattern in the afternoon.

Mostly clear skies are expected overnight into Easter Sunday and for those heading to Sunrise Services on Easter morning the temperatures will be on the chilly side. Overnight lows Saturday into Sunday will be in the upper 30s to low 40s with a few clouds overhead.

Easter Sunday will be mostly sunny and cool with some clouds moving in late in the day. Highs will be in the middle 60s with a light breeze from the northwest at around 5 – 7 mph.

Major change in the pattern for Monday as high pressure moves across New England and pushes a pocket of chilly air into the Commonwealth. This cold air will “wedge” up against the mountain and keep the region on the colder side of normal for a while. The highs on Monday are only expected to reach the middle 40s and the skies will be gray and dreary. Rain is likely off and on most of the day as a storm system moves to our east on the way to New England.

Cloudy conditions linger Tuesday but temps warm a bit, back into the upper 50s. Partial clearing Wednesday will allow temps to get into the 60s followed by the 70s on Thursday.

Stay safe,
John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist