After Thursday's rain, changes in the forecast - first with the winds - which will now be pulling in colder air from the NW. There's a lot of moisture still off towards the NW, and a few scattered showers may fall this afternoon, but it won't be as widespread as yesterday.
With the increase in clouds later, temps will suffer, only reaching the upper 40s, before you factor in those breezy brisk winds.
The good news? The weekend forecast looks great - with more sun, and rebounding temps. Saturday's highs are in the low 50s, and Easter Sunday we get above normal, to the low 60s. Monday brings us a Great Lakes storm that may be a big rainmaker for us.
FRIDAY: Sun AM, increasing clouds, iso-shower. Highs : upper 40s
TONIGHT: Scattered clouds, Lows : Mid 30s
SATURDAY: Sun and clouds. Highs : Low 50s
EASTER SUNDAY: A beaut of a day . Highs: Low 60s
MONDAY: Rain. Highs Mid 60s