Before we discuss the longer term, it should be noted we could see more frost tonight. Easterly winds (a cool wind for us) has really kept the temps down a bit today. All the indications are that the winds will relax...then turn southerly by morning. It is that "relaxation" point that would allow for the quickest drop in temps tonight and where frost is likely to develop. The quicker we get that south wind---but better off we will be. Given poor model performance today on the winds---we are leaning toward a delay in that southerly wind. In other words----another cold one tonight!
The good news is that south wind will really help warm us up tomorrow! Highs will easily climb 10 -15 degrees warmer.
There is a front slated for Friday...but it is actually a front through the Ohio Valley and a low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico. The way it is appearing now---we may SQUEEZE perfectly in between those two. So it looks more dry than wet certainly.
That front will keep us pretty steady temp wise Saturday...near 70.
For you runners in the morning hours---it looks like mid to upper 40s on tap. Great for running!!
South winds looks to warm us up nicely for Easter Sunday. Mid 70s are reachable.
Yet another front on Monday. This one has a tad more moisture to work with---so did put in rain/storm chances for this one.
Then we REALLY see a nice SW flow aloft...and this means we need to go HIGHER than what the models say for highs. Models say mid to upper 70s. We are going with low 80s.