We’ve got a fairly typical pattern for Spring as we pass the quarter pole for 2022 and begin April.
A cold front will approach the region tonight with some rain and showers likely, possibly even a thunderstorm. The rain ends Friday morning as the cold front moves through, but the air behind it isn’t that cold, so we’ll remain mild during the day. However, another cold front quickly follows during the evening, with another shower possible ahead of it. High pressure builds in for Saturday with sunshine and seasonably cool temperatures. Clouds return Saturday night as another weak system approaches the region. It may produce a few showers on Sunday, but a washout is not expected. High pressure then builds back in for Monday with dry and cool conditions.
Thursday night: Cloudy and breezy with rain and showers likely, possibly a thunderstorm. Low 47-54.
Friday: Showers end early, otherwise clouds with some afternoon sunny breaks, chance for another shower late in the day, breezy. High 55-62 in the morning, temperatures may start to drop a little in the afternoon.
Friday night: Chance for a shower during the evening, then clearing overnight, still breezy. Low 28-35.
Saturday: Plenty of sunshine. High 48-55.
Saturday night: Increasing clouds. Low 29-36.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with showers possible during the afternoon. High 47-54 in the morning, temperatures may drop in the afternoon.
Sunday night: Showers end in in the evening, followed by late-night clearing. Low 31-38.
Monday: Partly sunny. High 49-56.