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Unseasonably Warm through Easter

13 April 2017

It will be another warm and pleasant day.

The Weather Company spokesman Brett Gibbons said the rollercoaster weather would last for at least a week, adding: "Experts forecast the United Kingdom will be separated by a north-south divide with warmer, bright weather to the south and stormy showers and below average temperatures for those in the north and Scotland". You might say what about the other side of the equation? We could still see some sunshine both days, but you should still be prepared for any rain that may come by the afternoon.

Boston, Providence, Worcester and Hartford all reached the 80s and broke record warmth for the day. Highs just above 80.

Today will once again be warm, but not almost as warm as Tuesday.

A warm front approaches Saturday night bringing another chance for showers followed by a warm and windy Easter Sunday.

Expect lots of clouds through the night time with a few passing showers moving through.

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Morning clouds gave way to plenty of afternoon sunshine across most of the Arklatex today. Thursday will be our driest day with no rain expected.

This pattern will be repeated on Easter Monday with highs of 11C-15C as high pressure starts to edge across the south of the UK.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, mild, scattered showers & thunderstorms. Temperatures drop from the 80s to the 70s by tonight.

Thursday: Mainly sunny and breezy. Highs easy mid 50s.

Friday: Mostly sunny. High: Near 60.