Scattered showers will diminish Sunday afternoon and conditions improve for our Easter Sunday with even a few peeks of sunshine later in the day, though a spot shower is still possible so keep that umbrella handy just in case.
Mild temperatures stick around with highs in the mid to upper 60s and less humid air.
Partial clearing is possible Sunday night, mainly over western New England, while clouds and showers slide closer to the Cape and Islands. Temperatures drop into the 40s and 50s.
An unsettled pattern is expected next week, with scattered showers Monday afternoon, then again Tuesday morning and another round is in the forecast for Wednesday.
Right now, it appears that Thursday will be the best day with ample sunshine and seasonable temperatures.
There’s another opportunity to see rain Friday into early Saturday morning with a clearing trend beginning Saturday afternoon and lasting the remainder of the weekend. Temperatures will range from the mid-60s to near 70. Spring showers will certainly bring lots of May flowers.