Southeastern Australia cloud be looking at some heavy rains this week as a frontal boundary should set up shop, dumping inches of rain.
Showers and thunderstorms will be slow moving in the Victoria and New South Wales regions of the country, allowing showers and thunderstorms to continue to hit the same place.
The city of Melbourne will be at risk for flooding today as the front passes overhead. Late on by mid-week, storms will drift towards the Canberra area.
On top of the drenching rains, storms have the possibility to bring hail and some gusty winds.
On the other side of the Great Dividing Range, showers and thunderstorms could bring more of a flash flooding risk. The internal deserts have a low tolerance for sudden rainfall, and any slow moving showers and thunderstorms could overwhelm creek beds and streams.
Following a seasonable Easter Sunday, milder air is headed back to Philadelphia on Monday.
Another surge of milder air is headed to Washington, D.C., after Easter Sunday.
It will be a partly sunny and warm Easter day across Chicago.
Following a seasonable Easter Sunday in Harrisburg, an even milder Monday will unfold.
Pittsburgh will remain dry until after another mild spell unfolds Easter Sunday and Monday.
Detroit will remain dry until after another mild spell unfolds Easter Sunday through Monday.
Watertown, OH (1901)
April 19-21, 45 inches of snow - state record.
El Paso, TX (1971)
4" of snow -- late season record.
Providence, RI (1976)
Second day of early season heat wave, 98 degrees in northeastern part of the city.