WEDNESDAY: The day will start off cloudy and chilly with temperatures in the 30s but we'll reach the mid 50s with stubborn clouds and light winds shifting to the east. There is a slight chance for a few scattered showers by the early evening, but anything we see will be spotty and light early tonight.
TONIGHT: Scattered showers will pick up through the overnight hours, but heavy rainfall is not expected. By early Thursday morning the bulk of rain will begin to push to the southeast. Light winds will shift out of the north by morning with temperatures dropping into the low 40s under cloudy skies.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will be cool, reaching the low 50s Thursday and dropping into the upper 30s Thursday night. An active weather pattern will continue through the weekend with on and off rain chances into early April. We'll warm into the upper 50s Friday and will finally see some sunshine but the clouds return by Saturday morning, along with a chance of showers the first half of the day. Forecast models are trending colder for Easter Sunday, keeping us in the 30s to lower 40s and bringing in a chance of rain and snow showers. There is still some uncertainty as to how much moisture will move in on Easter so please check back for updates. Watch ABC 17 News for the newest forecast and check back here for updates.