It’s just what the “Weather Doctor” ordered: a windy, warm and dry spell of weather which continues through Friday.
High pressure to the southeast and its associated clockwise flow will generate a stiff, but mild southerly breeze. This will set the stage for a trend towards much above normal temperatures. High temperatures will climb into the lower and mid-70s Wednesday afternoon, with upper 70s to near 80-degree readings for Thursday and Friday. Meanwhile, those aforementioned south winds will gust above 30 mph at times, as well.
A cold front of Pacific-origin will generate a couple of outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday. This front and its organized rainfall should shift to the east by daybreak on Easter, ensuring a dry and slightly cooler day.