We have a beautiful spring Saturday on the first weekend of April, with temperatures rising through touching 70 under partly cloudy skies this afternoon.
A cold front will approach from the west tonight, kicking off a few showers that will linger into Sunday morning, until a weak upper disturbance passes by. Sunshine will return later in the day, as high pressure builds into the Great Lakes.
Monday looks to be sunny and mild. A southerly flow of warm and humid air will translate into showers and storms Monday night through Tuesday night in the warm sector of Canadian low pressure. Drier conditions will develop behind a cold front by Wednesday afternoon, but more rain is likely early Thursday with a stronger system and blast of chilly air.
Tonight: Clouding up, light showers, milder. Low 48
Sunday: Morning showers, partial clearing, much cooler. High 52
Monday: Sunny, clouds later, rain at night. High 65
Tuesday: Warm, humid, few showers, storms. High 70
Wednesday: Showers end, some sun. High 68 (58)
Thursday: Early rain, partly sunny, cooler. High 56 (46)
Friday: Cloudy, chill, sprinkles. High 43 (38)