Saturday's highs look to be in the mid-60s up to 70. This is due to an uncertainty in the positioning of a slow moving frontal system which is battling against the high pressure to the east.
For Thursday, that means clouds accompanied by a few morning sprinkles or showers, and then just clouds in the afternoon, with daytime highs in the mid-60s.
More rain is possible in central Pennsylvania through Easter, but the wettest weather will be in New England.
The heaviest rain is expected to be finished by Sunday, but some showers could persist and dampen outdoor activities.
A Flood Watch has been issued for areas west of the 495-corridor and into southern NH for the heavy rain and the likelihood of minor to moderate river flooding for the first half of the weekend.
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Saturday is likely to be a day of nationwide summer temperatures, according to weather forecaster Weerplaza. Breezy. At night, mostly cloudy with a low around 52.
Cooler temperatures and more widespread active weather is expected in your Saturday forecast.
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On Friday, showers will be likely all day, with a breeze attached. Much of the day is dry. Extensive mist and fog on Saturday night, with patchy drizzle in parts of the west and north in near calm conditions. Winds will be light southerly or variable. Lows holding near 60. Other warm Easter weekend days include the 26.9C recorded at St James's Park in central London on Good Friday in 2011.
Monday and Tuesday: Clouds, some sun, still risk of showers.