After the slop of Monday, it’s so nice to see the sunshine. However, with cooler air locked over the Mid-Atlantic Tuesday and Wednesday, we will see some clouds build up. Some of these clouds will lead to spotty late-day showers either day, but anything that does form will die down after the sun sets. Highs will only be in the upper 40s both afternoons. That is warmer than Monday, but still sufficiently below the average of 57 degrees (climbing to 58 degrees Tuesday).
A cold front will back down from New England and scoot out to sea around New Jersey Thursday. That will also keep the breeze up, some clouds around, and the slight chance for a late-day shower. Highs will creep back to the low 50s Thursday, then to the mid 50s behind the front Friday.
The slow and gradual warming trend will carry right into Easter weekend. Highs will be closer to 60 degrees! And as of now, it looks like the day will be dry for Easter with the next storm holding off until Sunday evening or night. Of course, we will continue to watch this for you and keep you updated as we move through the week.