Scattered showers and thunderstorms will roll through Sunday evening following a day of summer-like warmth in parts of the state.
Easter Sunday saw temperatures into the 80s for inland areas of the state and into the 70s for coastal areas.
Gusty showers and storms will ramp up after dark, with wind gusts reaching around 30 miles per hour. There will be pockets of thunder and lightning popping up across the state, with the storms coming from the northwest and moving southeast.
The rains will clear up overnight, and Monday will be partly cloudy and windy. Temperatures are expected in the middle 60s. Tuesday will see mostly sunny skies but with high temperatures only expected to reach the middle to upper 50s.
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