Peter Cottontail will soon be hopping down the Bunny Trail, but will he need to wear a slicker and some galoshes? Check out the Farmers’ Almanac’s Long Range Forecast for your area to find out.
For Easter weekend, we’re expecting nasty storms over much of the East Coast and Great Lakes region, with sunnier skies from the Plains States and Provinces westward. Here’s a closer look at what we’re predicting for your region:
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms sweep east into the Northeast.
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms march east through Ohio River as well as the central and eastern Great Lakes.
24th-27th. Squally. Big thunderstorms eastward through Tennessee.
North Central U.S.
South Central U.S.
24th-27th. Plentiful sunshine.
24th-27th. Continued fair.
24th-27th. Mixed clouds and sun.
24th-27th. Fair and turning noticeably milder. Nice for Easter Monday.
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms sweep east into Quebec and the Maritimes. Easter Monday could be wet.
24th-27th. Big thunderstorms move through the central and eastern Great Lakes and eastern Ontario. Unsettled for Easter Monday.
Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
24th-27th. Fair; sun for Easter Monday.
24th-27th. Continued fair. Nice for Easter Monday.
For more weather predictions, be sure to check out our Long Range Forecast.