The transition from March to April looks to be quite an active stretch of weather.
Wind will be the big story tomorrow.
Gusts will be over 40 mph with some breaks of sunshine, especially early.
It will be warm for the time of year, with temperatures soaring into at least the upper 60s.
Clouds will increase, however, and overcast sky conditions are expected by evening.
Showers arrive tomorrow night and last through the day Friday.
It won't rain the whole time on Friday, but it will be gloomy and wet. Temperatures should once again rise into the middle 60s.
The weekend forecast resembles winter more than it does April.
While temperatures will peak in the 50s on Saturday, there will be an abundance of clouds.
A rain shower is possible Saturday, but the more impactful weather holds off until Saturday night.
That's when an Arctic cold front will sweep through the state and bring gusty winds, rain showers and snow squalls.
Wind gusts could surpass 50 mph Sunday morning, which would result in isolated damage across the state.
Tree limbs would come down and power would be knocked out in spots.
High temperatures will be stuck in the 30s with wind chills in the 20s!
Early next week, there will be a short reprieve from the disruptive weather on Monday.
That's when it will be dry with a blend of clouds and sunshine. It will be cold with highs in the upper 30s. A p.m. rain or snow shower is possible.
Tuesday brings a threat for rain or snow, but that's all it is right now. Nothing set in stone. Just something to watch.
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