Rainfall moves in late Saturday evening. Any shower activity before midnight will be spotty. But after midnight, the chance for rain goes up and the window for rain continues through 10 AM for the metro. Rainfall will only be left in our eastern counties after 10 AM and even that activity should move out of the state by noon on Easter Sunday.
Temperatures continue to be pleasant and mild for the afternoon hours of Sunday. This will make for great conditions to get outside and enjoy the nice weather. Highs are expected to reach the mid 50s under partly cloudy skies.
But even with the rain coming in, don’t expect a soaking event. A six-model average comes in at only .22″ of rainfall for Sunday morning.
Cold air will invade behind this system on Monday and this will cause temperatures will fall throughout the day. We are also going to see some precipitation that day and with colder air in the area, snowfall is a real possibility on Monday morning. There’s enough moisture to create some light accumulating snow on grassy areas but roads should stay clear of snow because it will melt on contact.