EVENING: Scattered clouds and mild. Temps in the 60s.

TONIGHT: Scattered clouds. Not as cold. Low 48.

TUESDAY: Mix of clouds and sun. Much warmer. High 75.

Many of us started near freezing this morning with clear skies and calm winds. We warmed into the mid 60s by Monday afternoon which marks the beginning of a stretch of unseasonably warm conditions for the start of April. For many, this could mean the start of the growing season.

A stalled front to our north will keep unsettled conditions to our north and puts our region in the warm sector. Highs for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be 15 degrees warmer than average!

Tuesday remains dry and we expect most of Wednesday to be dry. There is a chance for a shower late Wednesday evening as a front edges closer to us, but most of the showers will happen on Thursday. Total rain for Thursday is likely less than a quarter inch, keeping the trend of a drier than average spring.

Easter weekend is dry and will start cool on Saturday. Easter Sunday will see lots of sunshine with a seasonable high in the 60s.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder