One of a two cold fronts will pass through our viewing area on our Easter Sunday. This frontal passage will give us a good chance for some more rain and thunderstorms. A few of the thunderstorms may be on the hefty side. The farther south you are, the better your chances of seeing some severe weather with these storms. The main culprits with these storms will be strong/gusty winds and some large hail. Most of the activity will be pushed to the south of our viewing area by later portions of our Easter Sunday afternoon and into the early evening.
A secondary cold front will pass though the area on our Monday evening. This secondary front will give us a chance for some scattered showers as it passes through the area. Temperatures behind this second front will be much cooler than they should be for this time of the year. Most of the high temperatures will be in the middle 50s to near 60. While most of the overnight lows will drop off into the middle 30s to lower 40s for the middle of the upcoming work week. A little bit of frost cannot be ruled out of the question in some of the normally colder spots.