Mallory Ongstand, 8, and Joshua Polston, 7, enjoy the blooms Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park has to offer. (Photo courtesy Nancy Polston)

Sunny Easter | WEEKEND WEATHER

Saturday will be mostly cloudy with high of 56 and low of 39.

Sunday will be the perfect day for an egg hunt; it’s going to be a sunny Easter.

The National Weather Service is calling for a partly sunny Aturday with 30 percent chance of showers. High near 43 and low around 39.

Sunday is going to be sunny with a high near 64 and low around 46.

It’s going to be a mostly cloudy Monday with a 30 percent chance of rain. High near 59 and low around 47.


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