Sarah Wroblewski has your latest weather forecast.
- Go ahead and get a check on that forecast now. A lot of folks hoping for a really nice, sunny Easter Sunday, so let's check in with meteorologist Sarah Wroblewski. Are they going to get that?
SARAH WROBLEWSKI: It looks as though we've got some really nice conditions heading our way. Temperatures will be a little bit milder too. In fact, for your Saturday, it was a chilly start, but temperatures recovered into the upper 40s to lower 50s, close to where we should be for this time of year. But it was sunny.
Now, there are some clouds to the West we're going to track tonight that will scoot to the South and East, so we should be staying mainly clear. But also, noticing some clouds out to our East here that will begin to come back into the forecast early in the week. So tonight, mainly clear. Temperatures back into the 20s, 30s for the coast.
Not as chilly as it was last night, and Easter Sunday looking fantastic with sunshine. Temperatures will recover nicely into the mid to upper 50s. A very nice afternoon, and it's going to look great at Fenway, of course. We're looking at temperatures in the upper 50s there. That wind out of the Northwest about 5% to 15 miles per hour, so starting off the day with sunshine.
Out to the West, though, there is that disturbance bringing some clouds, but overall, I'm expecting Sunday night into Monday clouds returning, especially across Eastern areas as that system sort of gets a little bit closer. It could nudge in some showers. As we go along the coast, some pockets of drizzle, something we'll have to monitor. But as you travel further West, the brighter the skies, the warmer the conditions, and temperatures overall this week will be above average. We'll go with mid to upper 50s, cooler conditions at the coast, lingering showers at the coast on Tuesday, and then we increase clouds late in the week with a next chance of showers potentially by next weekend, Ken.
- Yeah, it looks pretty--