Few/some showers are possible at times overnight & through much of tomorrow. In-between showers, some breaks for sun may occur.
Rainfall will increase & become widespread in the very late afternoon-evening & into the overnight.
Tomorrow will be a windy day with east-southeast winds at 15-30 mph with highs of 54-60 in the early afternoon. Temperatures should fall to 50-54 in the evening with the widespread rainfall.
Some lingering showers are possible Friday morning with lows 46-50, followed by mostly cloudy skies, west to southwest winds 7-14 mph & highs 61-66.
Total rainfall from our storm system should run 0.50-1".
Skies should become partly cloudy Saturday with highs around 70 to thw lower 70s with east-southeast winds 6 mph in the morning. These will turn to the south-southwest & increase to 10-20 mph in the afternoon.
Saturday night looks exceptionally warm with lows 58-62.
Showers & t'storms to to develop Sunday p.m. & peak Sunday evening with strong winds from the south to southwest up to 30 mph.
It still looks like a MARGINAL RISK (isolated severe storm or two) of severe may impact our southeastern areas with higher probabilities south of here Sunday-Sunday night.
0.60-1.20" of rainfall is possible with this system.
As we approach/get into mid-April cooler weather will arrive with frost & freezing after more showers & t'storms.
Following this cold snap, it should turn very warm with temperatures quite a bit above normal!