After two gorgeous days, the weather will be heading downhill.
You may briefly be able to see the supermoon tonight before the clouds roll in. It will be slightly bigger and brighter than usual. With the moon nearby, tides will also be higher than normal with some minor splash-over along the immediate shoreline tonight.
Showers will roll in near or after 11 PM or 12 AM tonight with rain continuing into Wednesday morning. Some locally heavy downpours are possible there, maybe even an isolated rumble of thunder.
The heaviest rain will end early in the morning followed by a few lingering morning showers. Clouds may try to break for a little afternoon sun but overall it's a mostly cloudy day.
Rain redevelops Thursday afternoon and a few lingering light showers are possible during the day Friday.
At least we dry out for Easter weekend. Even though there won't be any social gatherings on Easter Sunday, we still should have some decent weather if you'd like to get outside and take in some fresh air!
Tonight: Increasing clouds with showers late. Lows: 40s.
Wednesday: Chance for a morning shower, but mostly cloudy and mainly dry the rest of the day. High: Low-mid 50s.
Thursday: Afternoon rain. High: Near 50.
Friday: Lingering shower. Partly Sunny. High: Near 50.
Saturday: Partly sunny. High: Low 50s.
Easter Sunday: Partly cloudy. High: Near 60.
Monday: Rain & wind. High: Low 60s.