"Eggcellent" Easter Weekend Forecast

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Read up on the full Easter weekend forecast below!

Overnight we'll see partly cloudy to mostly clear skies.

Some clouds and perhaps some fog may develop late Saturday night into Sunday morning, but it should burn off to partly sunny skies for Sunday afternoon. Easter Sunday afternoon will be partly to mostly cloudy, with a chilly high temperature of 49 degrees.

On Monday it will be mostly sunny and back to the 70s and 80s.

Rain will be the big weather story on Friday morning before a clearing, drying trend begins just in time for Easter Weekend. North wind around 5 miles per hour becoming southeast after midnight.

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Temperatures will be seasonably cool to start Saturday, some 5-8 degrees below normal, in the upper 40s to near 50. Sunday should be a touch warmer thanks to the return of a southerly wind.

Highs on Tuesday will probably only get into the upper 30s. Snow accumulations should light for lower valleys and minor accumulations at pass level or higher. Dry weather will remain, but a cold front does approach, increasing the cloud cover.

Thursday morning the surface high settles in across Alabama. Highs will be seasonable in the upper 60s/low 70s thanks to a bit of a breeze coming out of the northwest.

Next week brings at least a slight chance of rain nearly everyday except Wednesday but chances of seeing rain everyday are small.