Like an early Spring round of golf, the weather today needs a mulligan. What you see is what you get as temps hover close to 40 with a constant onshore breeze. Eventually, enough low level moisture works in too, providing some patchy late afternoon drizzle after a morning filled with some filtered sunshine.
We’re stuck in a rut tonight with temps in the 30s to near 40, an onshore breeze and plenty of drizzle. By tomorrow morning, yesterday’s cool front returns as a warm front, and that’ll allow for drizzle and fog to yield to some showers, a few of them briefly heavy in the morning. As winds turn to the southwest, milder air surges in with low to mid 60s likely in the afternoon. Most showers end by the afternoon, but there may still be one or two leftover.
As showers exit stage east Friday night, high pressure builds in for the weekend with mostly sunny skies. Both Saturday and Sunday morning start off in the upper 20s inland and mid to upper 30s in the city. Saturday nears the low 50s inland (40s coast) and Sunday reaches for 60 inland (50 coast). While the Easter Bunny may lay an egg… Mother Nature sure won’t. Enjoy the time spend with family and friends, and if you can sneak in a round of golf… go for it! I’ll allow you to take that mulligan! Fore!!!!!!!
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