Clouds are slow to break this afternoon and evening across the Chattahoochee Valley, but should finally start to mix out as nighttime approaches. Mostly clear through Saturday morning with some chilly spots in places with readings in the mid 40s, just a little below average for this time of year.
Easter Sunday looks great with just a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures will be warm with a few places coming in with 80 degree readings.
Above average temperatures remain as we start the work week. A front does stall out to our north bringing just a few clouds to the northern regions of the News 3 viewing area, but other wise we should remain warm and dry.
Our next chance of rain will arrival late Tuesday into Wednesday. Best chance of rain will occur on Wednesday at this time with a few rumbles of thunder possible. After another frontal passage on Wednesday, we bid farewell to the 80s with the return of average temperatures for the first week of April.