What’s the Forecast for Easter, Passover Weekend?

What is in store for Good Friday, the Passover Seders and Easter Sunday? NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Steve Sosna has a look at the holiday weekend.

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It’s the end of March and Philadelphia didn’t experience a 60-degree temperature this month until Thursday! The current 60-degree (or more) temperature spell will be short-lived as we head into the upcoming holiday weekend. Cooler air will arrive later Friday and into the weekend, but the weather should turn out nice and dry.
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A cold front to our west will keep the mild air in place during most of Good Friday. Temperatures will be warmest during the morning and early afternoon when highs will reach the 60s, Even possibly getting into the 70s in Delaware.
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The best chance for showers will be during the morning hours north and west of Philadelphia..
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As Friday progresses, the showers will continue their journey toward the coast.
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The showers could completely exit the area before 7 p.m. Passover begins at sunset Friday, which is 7:23 PM
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As we head into Easter weekend expect a good deal of sunshine on Saturday. That will help high temperatures climb into the mid- to upper-50s. Expect wall-to-wall sunshine during the day and a pleasant feel.
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Sunday morning looks chilly for any Easter Services. Temperatures will begin in the 30s in many areas, so you’ll definitely need a heavier coat for Sunday morning services. Even brunch will be chilly with temperatures in the 40s.
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Here’s a look at the Easter weekend forecast. Overall, Sunday should feature a good amount of sunshine, but not as much as Saturday.
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