WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Temperatures tonight will stay mild along the coast with readings dropping into the low 70s at the coast and mid-60s inland.
As we head into the weekend, rain chances will be on the increase.
A front will finally push into the state and bring us some much-needed rainfall. The front will stall on us and eventually an area of low pressure will form along it.
This will keep us in a long-duration wet pattern. Not a drought buster, but at least for several days rain will be in the forecast.
On Saturday, we could have a few showers and storms form. Coverage will be around 20% to 30%. Highs in the mid to upper 80s.
Easter Sunday is a bit wetter. Dry during the morning, then a few afternoon/evening scattered showers and storms. 50%. Low 80s.
Monday through Wednesday is when we can pick up most of the rain. Highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.
Mainly cloudy skies with off-and-on showers and storms. Roughly two to three inches of rain in this time frame.