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High pressure will build into the upper Midwest tonight bringing cool temperatures and partly cloudy skies. The cool air starts to loose its grip Friday as skies turn mostly sunny and the ridge drifts off to the east. Highs should make it back to the 60 degree mark.
Easter weekend some fine spring weather is expected thanks to a return flow of southerly winds. Highs will end up near 70 Saturday and in the low 70s Easter Sunday. Clear to partly cloudy skies should make those egg hunts a big success!
Sunday night and Monday some scattered showers and thunderstorms creep back into the forecast. Until then, we're high and dry!
Meteorologist Terry Swails
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YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ERIK MAITLAND:
With additional sun on Friday we'll close out the work week with highs getting back into the low 60s. This weekend we get into the low 70s with a chance of rain later on Easter Sunday and lasting in to Monday. Highs next week range from the mid 60s to low 70s with showers and thunderstorms due Wednesday and Thursday.
TONIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW: 35°. WIND: LIGHT N...
FRIDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY. HIGH: 63°. WIND: LIGHT NE/SE...
SATURDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGH: 71°…
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