The weekend will end with damaging thunderstorms and isolated tornadoes targeting Detroit.
The greatest risk for numerous tornadoes lies to the west, but that does not mean residents and visitors of Detroit should take this situation lightly.
The line of violent thunderstorms set to cross Detroit during the late afternoon and early evening hours of Sunday will still be potent and pose hazards to lives and property.
The strongest of those thunderstorms will be capable of producing damaging winds, blinding downpours and frequent lightning.
The strength of the winds could lead to downed trees, power outages and overturned high-profile vehicles. Falling trees can cause additional damage or bodily harm.
An isolated tornado or two may touch down and cause destruction.
All residents and visitors are urged to heed all severe weather-related watches and warnings during this dangerous situation.
Strong winds following the line of severe weather later Sunday night and Monday morning could lead to additional damage as the city dries out.
Cooler air will also arrive Sunday night, sending temperatures down into the lower 40s. Temperatures will remain in the 40s on Monday with even colder AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures.
While heavy rain drenches the Southeast from Alabama to the Carolinas, portions of Florida will remain at risk for strong thunderstorms.
Throughout the United States, the greatest potential for the weather to disrupt outdoor plans and festivities on Easter Sunday exists across the Plains.
At least 12 are dead and three are still missing after an avalanche cascaded down a climbing route on Mount Everest early Friday morning.
A low pressure system has begun to spread heavy rain over parts of the Southeast, bringing the risk of flooding to the area.
While Pittsburgh will start the weekend on a mild note, even warmer air is expected for Easter Sunday.
Dry weather from Easter weekend will hold through Monday in Boston for Patriots' Day and the 118th annual Boston Marathon.
Wyoming, South Dakota (1966)
24" of snow and blizzard conditions in South Dakota. 20" of snow at Lander, Wyoming.
Rapid City, SD (1970)
22" of snow (17th-18th) -- 24-hour record.
Heat wave in Northeast -- 95 degrees in Washington, DC, tied April record. 94 degrees in Philadelphia, PA.