With high pressure rolling through the region we've been able to shoo away many of yesterday's pesky clouds in favor of brighter conditions. Temperatures will continue moving the "right" direction, though still a bit below average for this time of year. Quiet contidions will persist through Friday with readings rising to the mid 40s. On Saturday, we'll see some the warmest temperatures in quite some time as mercury rises to about 50 degrees. Clouds build back in, too, by the beginning of the weekend. With the approach of a cold front, look for showers to develop late in the day and lasting through much of the night. Easter Sunday looks to start grey and wet, but some clearing will be possible as the day progresses. Opening day at Miller Park looks to be dry but much chillier again with readings in the 30s.
Enjoy the sunshine and have a great Thursday!