Easter-egg hunters might need a jacket and umbrella this Sunday.
It will stay cool with the wind gusting as high as 30 mph from the north and northwest, a chance for drizzling until about 1 p.m., according to the National Weather Service website. Temperatures will reach a high of 63 degrees between 2 and 4 p.m., NWS meteorologist Juan Hernandez said.
“We had a cold front that came in early this morning that shifted the winds from the south to the north,” Hernandez said.
The clouds will move to the east and the sun will return about 11:30 a.m., he said.
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Temperatures will dip to about 41 degrees for the overnight low, he said, and the sun will return on Monday, with an expected high of 70 degrees.
Monday night will be clear with a low of about 52 degrees, according to the NWS website, then Tuesday will be partly cloudy with a high of about 74 degrees.
“Our next chance for rain is Tuesday night,” Hernandez said. “We could see some possible storms Tuesday night then continuing through the day on Wednesday.”
The forecast doesn’t show signs the wind will be as high as last week, he said.
As far as today is concerned, he said, keep an eye on the forecast and enjoy the holiday.
“It’ll be a nice day to go out and enjoy Easter festivities,” he said. “Just be vigilant for future weather.”
Dylan Bradley: 817-390-7984, @dbradley1220