The cold and cloudy conditions will stick around into today before warmer air pushes in by mid-week. Showers will move in by late Thursday.

A few patches of drizzle and light rain are possible through the day with highs struggling to get over 50 degrees in many spots with a cloudy sky.

Wednesday we'll see the return of a southerly flow, and that will help temps rebound into the upper 60s and some low 70s. A slow moving cold front will be pushing closer to us, but won't impact our weather until Thursday and Friday.

Heavy rain will plague the southeast through late week, but the system will likely pack less intensity as it pushes through the Carolinas. Expect some widespread light to moderate rain for Thursday evening into early Friday before drier air arrives for the weekend.

For now, the Easter weekend looks dry but we'll be watching another system for more showers by late Sunday into Monday. Easter egg hunts Saturday look fantastic!

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Chief Meteorologist



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