Good Friday begins a warming trend into Easter weekend

Friday will cool at the start, then end mostly sunny and mild. Rain is looking more likely Easter Sunday.

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DAVID TILLMAN: Hello, I'm meteorologist David Tillman with your one-minute weather forecast. And we've got a chilly night on the way. The combination of clear skies, dry air, and light winds is going to allow temperatures to fall into the low to middle 40s in the metropolitan Houston area. Upper 30s around Bastrop and LaGrange and Brenham. Same thing for Woodvale. Mid-40s to the south, mid-50s at the immediate coast.

High temperatures for you Friday, upper 60s to around 70 degrees. That easterly wind means we'll have low humidity once again. But you will notice a few more clouds in the sky. Those clouds will not be thick enough to keep the sun from shining. We're calling it mostly sunny to partly sunny. And as we get into Saturday, thicker clouds move in. A disturbance begins to move in as well. We've got a 20% rain chance for then. And unfortunately for your Easter Sunday, we've had to put a 30% rain chance in, with that disturbance being right overhead.

Dry on Friday, beautiful day. More clouds over the weekend with slight chances for rain. Then as we head into next week, especially the middle to latter parts of next week, we'll have more humid conditions around here, and temperatures will take off towards the middle and even upper 80s.