Heavy rain and storms by Thursday


The Black Sea coast will be mostly cloudy, with rain in the south.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy, showers late.

There should be intervals of afternoon sun pushing our temperatures into the lower 80s Tuesday, and low-mid 80s Wednesday.

Snow could even arrive in the south tomorrow - just two days into British Summer Time. A HIGH WIND WARNING is in effect for the Rocky Mountain Front from tonight into Tuesday night.

A good bit of cloud cover in most areas with a few light showers can be expected later today...the activity will elevate overnight into Thursday. Rain is expected until around 11 p.m. and then there is a chance for snow after 4 a.m. Thursday.

Tauranga Friday: A few showers possible, warming to mid 20s. Temperatures will steadily fall from the 50s into the 40s allowing us to turn chilly rather quickly.

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Thursday actually looks spectacular (you might be coming down with patio fever) with a forecast high of 12C and sunny skies.

Other than some light fog early on today, we should have plenty of sunshine and high temps in the low to mid 50s.

EASTER SUNDAY: Partly/mostly cloudy with the chance for a late-day shower. Thursday brings a much cooler day with highs falling back below average under a mix of clouds and sunshine.

We should be able to get a little taste of warmer weather by Friday with highs near 60 degrees.

By Friday, a modified arctic air mass will effect areas east of the divide with highs Saturday and Sunday only in the 20's to low 30's. High temperatures may reach 60s degrees. Nights will have a cool edge as temperatures sink to the 50s and 40s.