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We are in a egg-cellent daytime. Temperatures at the gate on Sunday morning are 10 to 20 degrees warmer than they were on Saturday morning. Whether you’re attending Easter services at church, going to a family member’s house, or just having an Easter egg hunt at home, the predictions will cooperate.
High temperatures will hit 70 degrees making it the third Easter in a row with mild temperatures and the fourth Easter at 70 degrees in the past six years.
The winds have eased considerably compared to the gusts we had on Saturday afternoon. Winds will remain from the southwest today, but only a light breeze will pass through the area. These southwest winds will keep temperatures mild for the evening.
The warm-up continues as we start a new week. Temperatures over the next few days will be around 15 ° C above average. Heavier cloud cover and chance of mid / weekend rain will bring temperatures down, but we continue with above average temperatures until next weekend.