Partly sunny skies will end out the week with windy conditions out of the northwest. Gusts will be upwards of 30 mph at times and highs will be in the mid to upper-40s but feel cooler due to the gusty winds. Overnight, we will remain dry and partly cloudy with lows in the upper-20s. Clouds will be on the increase on Saturday as weak low pressure sweeps through the region. We will see the chance for afternoon showers that continue into Saturday night before tapering off by Easter Sunday morning. Mostly cloudy skies will stick around Sunday with highs ranging from the low to mid-50s this weekend. Cloudy skies will kick off early next week with a few showers possible on Monday. Temperatures will be in the mid-50s but cool down through the 40s into the midweek as a strong area of low pressure pushes through the area. Showers will become more likely on Tuesday and continue into Wednesday. Lingering showers will continue Thursday with the possible mixing of a few snow showers earlier in the day.