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Easter expected to be damp, but Dyngus Day will be dandy

You may want to waterproof your Easter bonnet.

Though temperatures are expected to reach the low 60s Sunday, occasional showers and a possible thunderstorm before 5 p.m. are in the offing, according to the National Weather Service.

The likelihood of rain will increase after 5 p.m., to 80 percent, with up to a quarter of an inch or more falling in some areas.

The wet weather comes with breezy conditions, with gusts of up to 31 mph. The showers will taper off after 8 p.m., as temperatures drop to the mid 40s.

Monday will be dry and partly sunny, however, with the high reaching 55 degrees – a prime setting for a Dyngus Day pussy willow attack.

Temperatures return to the 60s on Tuesday. Rain reappears overnight Tuesday, with possible showers continuing through Friday.

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