Latest Forecast Update from Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth:
A frontal boundary remains directly in the center of the viewing area through the evening hours which has left areas south of this front in the 60’s to near 70 with a humid feel to the air, while areas north of the front were stuck in the 40’s and 50’s feeling cool and damp.
Take a look at the temperatures today, while we hit 70 in Albany, it was only 45 in Montreal and 54 in Cleveland. Slightly cooler air will be moving in for tomorrow, most of us will look to rise into the mid to upper 60’s for Easter Sunday. Then take a look at the warmth out west, almost reaching 90 this afternoon in South Dakota, that warmth heads east through the start of the week.
For tonight we look to remain mostly cloudy with a few isolated showers out and about… By Sunday morning we are mostly cloudy still, a few breaks in the clouds will give glimpses of sunshine, however, there will still remain the threat for an isolated shower.
The threat for popup showers will increase through Sunday afternoon. A cool pocket of air will be directly over us which, with any sunshine tomorrow afternoon, will help to destabilize the atmosphere just enough to generate some popcorn showers.
As we lose the heating of the day the threat for showers will diminish through Sunday night and into Monday morning. The threat for showers will increase again late Monday afternoon and into the evening hours.
We remain rather unsettled this week with rounds of showers possible each and every day of the week. The best chance of those showers being Wednesday with a cold front. Temperatures drop for the end of the week into the upper 50’s and low to mid 60’s.
Have a great Sunday!