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Tranquil weather to round out the week before active pattern sets up

Tonight: Skies will start to clear as the cold front pushes further east and high pressure can set up. Low temperatures will be cool, however, sitting much below normal at 36 degrees. Winds will remain breezy with gusts up to 30 mph.

Tomorrow: Cooler temperatures are in store for your Wednesday, along with calm conditions. Highs will be in the mid-40s with winds hanging around 10 mph. It will be rather cloudy through most of the day until clouds are able to break heading into the afternoon and evening.

Seven-Day Forecast: While tranquil conditions round out the work week, an active pattern will take hold by the weekend. Temperatures will trend right around normal for this time of year, in the mid-50s to mid-60s. Friday night is when the first round of showers (and perhaps a few thunderstorms) will start up. Expect clearing by Saturday night. Easter Sunday will mostly dry, though, a spare shower or two cannot be ruled out. The next round of showers/thunderstorms picks back up Sunday night, lingering into a drenching Monday.

Pick day of the week: Friday! 

-- Chief Weather Forecaster Hope Kleitsch

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