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Hello! High pressure in control the next few days. The big blue H on the map this time of year means we’ll see pleasant temps and plenty of sunshine.

For Wednesday, a chilly start but blue skies and abundant sunshine as we soar about 30 degrees to highs near 60. Normal high temp is 56 for the first part of April. Tonight clear skies for the first night of Passover . The sun goes down just before 8p and the just past full moon rises about an hour late. Overnight lows not quite as chilly, we’ll be closer to 40 than 30 for most of us. Normal overnight low is 41.

Mornings can be chilly, but we have yet to see three days in a row in the 60s. If we end up hitting 64 on Thursday it’ll be our warmest day since October 24th of last year. The weekend a touch cooler. More clouds on Friday and perhaps a few passing Saturday showers. Easter Sunday we look to go back to dry and mild for any backyard egg hunts.

ALLERGY FORECAST: Allergy meds come in handy today for sure. Mild and dry conditions along with light winds is certainly ideal conditions for trees to send their pollen soaring into the air. The good news is that we’re seeing tree pollen season easing up this month. Weed pollen season is about to get going in the next few weeks. Next chance of rain to wash the air clear is Saturday and even that doesn’t look all that soggy.

-Tim Joyce, Q13 Meteorologist

 

 

 

 

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