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.