PHILADELPHIA - After a comfortable and not-too-cloudy Saturday, showers are beginning to roll in across the Delaware Valley, bringing much cooler temperatures for Easter Sunday.
FOX 29’s Drew Anderson says the skies should clear out quickly around midnight allowing anyone interested to see the full moon.
Sunrise Easter services will be sunny, but temperatures will be sitting in the 40s, so bring a coat, if plans take you to church or brunch.
The wind will pick up Sunday afternoon and temperatures will only head into the 50s for the Delaware Valley, remaining in the 40s for the Lehigh Valley.
Heading into the next week, the National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Watch for much of the viewing area Monday morning, from Chester County east into all of central and southern New Jersey and north into the Lehigh Valley.
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SATURDAY NIGHT: Clearing skies. Low: 46
SUNDAY: Easter. High: 54, Low: 40
MONDAY: Cool PM showers. High: 54, Low: 46
TUESDAY: Morning showers. High: 56, Low: 40