Spring sunshine could give way to wintry washout for Easter weekend

Under a partly cloudy sky, look for highs to return to the mid 80s. While there is a chance for a few showers on Easter, most of the day will be dry and warm.

"It's further north where we're most likely to see some outbreaks of rain but even there it'll be showers, it'll be on and off, there'll still be some sunshine". Friday will be breezy and the warmest day of the week. Highs will hover around 80 degrees (and it'll be a bit muggy), but a cold front is on the move...bringing cooler weather with it.

There will be a lot more clouds around on Wednesday, with highs sliding back into the 60s.

A cold front moving through Thursday will make for a breezy and wet day and could fuel a few thunderstorms capable of producing small hail and wind gusts near 40 miles per hour.

We should remain fairly dry for the rest of the week.

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"RAC patrols will be working hard right throughout the long weekend to get those unlucky enough to break down on their way again".

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San Francisco and other areas on the Bay could pick-up around 0.2 inches of rain on Sunday with a high temperature close to a cool 60oF. Temperatures will slowly be warming through these days with highs reaching the middle 80s.

Saturday will see showers continue across the north and north east Scotland, with things looking brighter and drier southwards.


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