The heaviest line of rain will be finishing in our eastern counties (Polk, Cherokee, Fannin) around 9AM this morning. Then, for the rest of the day there will be on and off scattered showers with a possible isolated storm. It will be breezy, especially in the higher elevations, with wind direction transitioning from the south to the west as a cold front arrives. Highs today will be cooler in the mid-60s and will likely occur in the early afternoon, then dropping.

Scattered showers will continue overnight with lows in the low 40s, and then more showers will follow on Saturday with even cooler highs only in the mid-50s.

Easter Sunday will be the better day of the weekend. Temperatures to start the day will be cool with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. It will then warm up nicely for afternoon highs in the low 70s and a mostly sunny sky.

Monday and Tuesday will both be nice and mostly sunny with highs around 80 on Monday and in the low 80s on Tuesday. A chance for isolated showers returns on Wednesday with highs in the upper 70s and increasing clouds. Thursday will have highs in the mid-70s with an isolated shower, too.

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