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April 18, 2014 Forecast

As the storm in southern Canada passes just to our north, skies will remain mostly cloudy.

After another chilly morning, south breezes have delivered a bit of warmth our way for the afternoon. Skies will gradually become more cloudy through the night as a storm moves over southern Canada. Temperatures will not be as cold as the past few nights, lows should fall into the middle to upper 20s.

Friday as that storm in southern Canada passes just to our north, skies will remain mostly cloudy. Tomorrow's temperatures will remain mild as south to southwest winds push highs close to 60, even without a lot of sunshine. While the day should remain dry, late in the afternoon and into the evening a few showers will be possible as a cold front arrives. Air behind this front isn't a great deal colder, but it may be cool enough for a few of the light showers to mix with snow at times.

The weekend forecast looks to be nearly ideal for outdoor plans. Any showers from Friday night should be history by Saturday morning, and sunshine will dominate both Saturday as well as Easter Sunday. Highs Sunday will be almost 10 degrees above average, with a few locations possibly reaching 70 degrees.

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