It will be a mostly clear and dry weekend for the San Francisco area.
Partial clouds will persist at times through the start of the next workweek, but there are no chances of any precipitation until late Monday.
A chance of showers is possible Tuesday and Wednesday as a Pacific storm brushes by the region.
Temperatures will be slightly cooler than highs were to start the previous week, with each day expected to hover around the 60-degree mark.
Overnight lows will drop to the upper 40s with some slightly increased low cloud coverage that will disperse a bit during the daytime.
Sunday will see a bit more stagnant air with occasional 3 mph breezes and gusts up to 7 mph.
These conditions will stay much the same to start the next workweek. Next chance of a shower or brief thunderstorm will be during the overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.
Easter Sunday will be a dry day across the Seattle area, but more showers and rain are ahead for the city.
After rain to start the Easter weekend, it will be sunny and warm on Sunday -- a nice end to the weekend.
Morning Easter activities should be fine, but a chance of showers and thunderstorms could impact any afternoon activities around Dallas.
There hasn't been any measurable precipitation in San Francisco since April 4.
Rain and thunderstorms spreading to the East on Tuesday will put the brakes on the warmup following Easter weekend.
Although spring may be in full swing, more than one-third of the Great Lakes remains covered in ice.
Mississippi & Alabama (1920)
Tornado swarm killed 219.
Late season cold wave: Douglas, WY - 12 degrees (April record) Lander, WY - 10 degrees Cheyenne, WY - 2 degrees
Marquette, MI (1982)
8" of snow fell in Marquette, MI, on this date. This brought the total snowfall to 240" for the winter -- an all-time record.