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Highs are slow to warm before jumping near 60 by the end of the week

Highs are slow to warm before jumping near 60 by the end of the week

The pattern will remain unsettled throughout the rest of the week and through Easter Weekend. All of that will give way to mostly sunny conditions, with highs possibly hitting 50° by Tuesday.

Showers are likely for parts of the North Island during the day on Saturday with the greatest chance for dry weather along the east coast from Gisborne to Wairarapa. Winds will be gusty at times and highs will top-out in the 50s and 60s under a partly to mostly cloudy sky.

Wednesday-Thursday's Slight Risk is generally south of HWY 79.

Wednesday: Sunny through midday, then increasing clouds later in the afternoon. Temperatures hover steady in the low 50s tonight with winds out of the south up to 11 miles per hour.

Scattered showers will be with us overnight with temperatures staying fairly mild, only falling down to around 40 degrees.

By Friday night below zero lows are expected to return, so don't think that slippery sidewalks are a thing of the past. It will continue to be a bit on the cool side, however, with highs running a few degrees below normal, in the mid to upper 40s. The chance of rain remains low but a couple of stray showers can't be totally ruled out through the day.

It looks quite cool to start next week, with clouds and a few showers and temps struggling to get back to 60 Monday. "There will be some sunshine at times as well though, with the best of any drier and brighter weather expected across the northwest".

Heavy and thunderstorms will continue to travel over the state on Tuesday as high rise into the mid to upper 50s.

Rain, freezing rain and snow will impact much of our region Sunday night and Monday morning. As precipitation spreads into Vermont after dark, a light wintry mix will be possible in eastern Vermont & over the middle & higher terrain of the Adirondacks & Greens.

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