FRIDAY: Partly sunny skies, breezy and warm.

The rest of the day should be largely dry. A mix of sun and clouds is expected on Tuesday and it is mild in the mid to upper 60s.

While brighter conditions may follow this afternoon, highest temperatures are expected to reach 14 degrees with moderate westerly breezes making it feel a lot cooler. "Cloud cover will gradually become thinner through the night with plenty of clearer spells by the morning".

Central parts of Britain can expect rain on Easter Sunday. That will be the focus for scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.

We wrap up the week with some unseasonably warm temperatures in the Mid-South, but we're looking ahead to our next chance for rain.

We'll remain in the low 80s but there is a chance of showers and perhaps even a t-shower.

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A chance of rain will stick around the Wyoming Valley for most of this weekend, and some thunderstorms could roll into the area on Sunday.

If you're wondering how things can change so much in a week compared to the glorious weather enjoyed across the country last weekend, blame the wind.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures are not as warm as Easter Sunday through early next week. Monday looks to be the wettest day of the week.

Saturday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 49. Gillispie said showers will move back in after midnight and continue through the morning hours Saturday, bringing another quarter to half inch to the area.

Thursday: A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.