Most showers this morning have been in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. If any accumulation occurs-and it will be hard with warm ground conditions-it will be along and north of the Ohio River, with areas north of I-64 having the best chance of light accumulations. Wednesday will be a rather chilly day with temperatures during the day mainly in the 50s.
SATURDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies develop, with a cool high temperature of 60 degrees. I wouldn't even rule out a stray rumble of thunder during the evening when a cold front sweeps across MI.
For all of its bluster, this cold front did leave behind some spectacular weather just in time for Easter weekend. This will help kick off some showers northeast and across the Northern Mountains with a few high mountain snow showers. Clouds, too, may increase and give us a slight "blanket", preventing heat escaping easily from here at the surface where we live. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected ahead of the front, but the rain should end with the frontal passage.
Warming a little early next week with rain returning by Tuesday.
Tonight with a strong southerly wind at times gusting up to 35 miles per hour as well as partly cloudy skies, low only drop to the upper 50s-low 60s.
Temperatures will be cool during the morning and evening so a light jacket will most likely be wanted.
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