April began with cold that warranted winter coats in the Washington, D.C., area, but temperatures will turn more spring-like during Easter weekend.
On Saturday we'll get the sunshine back and Sunday should bring more warmth, Storm Team4 says.
Highs will reach the low to mid-50s amid sunny skies.
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Easter Sunday church services in the morning will likely be under cloudy skies. It will also start of chilly, so bundle up the kiddos for any Easter egg hunts outside.
It will become sunnier for brunch in the afternoon, which is looking "picture perfect," Storm Team4 says.
The afternoon weather is looking good for eating outdoors or going to see cherry blossoms in your area: Highs will reach the mid- to upper 60s and we’ll have partly to mostly sunny skies.
D.C., Maryland and Virginia are trending warmer and sunny to start off next work week. Our next rain chance comes overnight Monday. Then, your Thursday to Saturday plans could be impacted by wet weather, so enjoy the sunshine this weekend.