Easter weekend weather in N.J. looking warm but unsettled

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South wind 7 to 14 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 26 miles per hour.

Morning clouds gave way to plenty of afternoon sunshine across most of the Arklatex today.

Thunderstorms will be ongoing tonight into tomorrow morning in Kansas and NW Missouri.

Moisture lingers behind our cold front giving us sporadic rain and snow showers for Friday.

The south east will should stay dry for the most part of the weekend due to high pressure.

The best chance of rain Sunday through next week will come in the form of afternoon showers and storms, just higher than normal chances.

Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, windy.

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Friday's forecast relies mostly on "persistence" or "continuity" - in other words, my prediction for Friday is based very heavily on what actually happened on Thursday. Lows will be around 42 degrees, with south-southeast winds around 10-20mph, gusting up to 30mph at times.

A warm front will approach the region and bring an increased chance for thunderstorms for the next several days.

Easter Weekend gradually warms, and some small shower and thunderstorm chances return.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and mild again. Wind: S 20-30; gusty.

Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 55 degrees. Main threats will be strong winds and hail, but a tornado or two is also possible in stronger supercells that may develop.

Sat: High: 78 Mostly cloudy, breezy.

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