A slow-moving frontal zone is creeping eastward across the Northeast, keeping clouds and showers in the forecast for our area for both Sunday and Monday.
Expect overcast conditions to be tough to shake today as waves of moisture continue to lift northward up the Eastern Seaboard, preventing much in the way of clearing and meaning the threat for wet weather remains. While the odds for shower activity will go down as the day goes and we may see some brighter skies at times this afternoon, it’s unlikely that we will entirely clear out on this Easter Sunday.
We’ll get a brief interlude of drier conditions tonight, which may allow for some partial clearing leading into Monday morning. However, a second round of moisture is expected to impact the area during the day Monday as low pressure takes shape nearby and crosses overhead. Consequently, while we may see some morning sunshine tomorrow, skies will turn overcast once again and showers will return to the area during the afternoon hours.