An area of high pressure at the surface will slide across the area overnight into the day tomorrow bringing fair skies, but temperatures will remain 5 to 8 below average for this time of year.
Temperatures will briefly warm up on Thursday and Friday as our winds turn more southerly ahead of our next area of low pressure.
This low, however, will also bring a return to showery weather by late Thursday night.
A colder weather pattern will then set up for the weekend (image 2).
A ridge of high pressure will become trapped between two developing upper level lows.
Since this high will be of Canadian origin, we'll have partly to mostly sunny skies with below average temperatures.
One of the upper level lows will slowly begin to make its way eastward on Monday.
This low will circumnavigate the southern part of the ridge, and be close enough to influence our weather Tuesday through at least Thursday of next week (image 3).
This will mean a cool, wet end to the month of April.
For a look at highs and lows for the next seven days, click on the video!