Well, a fine Easter weekend is nearing completion, but let's reflect on it shall we before it gets away from us. Your Saturday was warm and wonderful with a high of 76 and Easter was even better with highs near 80 (warm enough to melt a hardy chocolate bunny) and loads of sun.
OK, so that's about over now.
Clouds move in overnight and under them winds will push slowly out of the south keeping lows in the mid to upper 50s. There may be a stray shower by sunrise but mostly it'll be just cloudy.
Scattered showers are likely to develop in the morning through mid-afternoon with a thunderstorm possible. The better chance for more widespread storms won't be until late afternoon and evening with the arrival of a cold front. Along the way, we'll end up with highs in the mid-to-upper 70s (a significant departure from the past two Mondays).
We clear and stay sunny Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 70 then storms return Thursday and some may be strong when highs slide into the low 70s.