But it will soon turn colder overnight into Sunday with temperatures possibly dropping to as low as -5C in Scotland.
"Snow will affect some of us on Monday, enough to cause disruption to travel plans as people return from the Easter Break".
The first day of April is Easter Sunday - and no fooling, there's snow in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service in Hastings. Cameron said there will be a chance for a rain shower in the morning, and the Litchfield hills might even see a snow shower.
Monday morning could bring a light snowfall, especially in southern Connecticut, Cameron said.
After a cold and snowy February, there was a much-welcomed, three-day weekend stretch of temperatures in the 60s and 70s on March 2-4.
In the night from Saturday to Sunday, markedly the force of the wind, to 4,5-6 ms, and the sky close to the clouds. Clouds in the morning will give way gradually to some sun for later in the day. The chance for snow begins increasing between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. Snow will push into the region from the south.
According to WRAL meteorologist Mike Moss, Sunday will be lovely, with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid 70s by the afternoon.
The Met Office says several centimetres of snow is possible on Bank Holiday Monday, mainly on higher ground but with some at lower levels too - but the precise amount in store is uncertain. Farther south along I-44, wet snow will mix with rain, limiting accumulation for that area.
Skies over Madison should be mostly sunny Wednesday and Thursday, partly sunny Friday, and mostly sunny Saturday, with highs near 32, 38, 34 and 36, and lows Wednesday night through Friday night around 15, 20 and 16.
Showers are possible Monday, but temperatures will rise into the upper 40s where wintry precipitation won't be a threat.