Showers will be more numerous on Friday with mostly cloudy skies.
Tenby, a holiday destination in South-East Wales, will be cooler - as will the rest of Wales - with temperatures reaching highs of 15C (59F).
For those planning an Easter break in the United Kingdom, temperatures in Cornwall are set to peak at 17C (62.6F) over the weekend.
The Weather Network says there are three days of downpours ahead of us that will add up to some "hefty totals", with some areas in the region to see thunderstorms.
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Yorkshire will reach highs of 19C (66.2F) over the weekend, with the county becoming cloudier with patchy rain on Sunday. That means Saturday will likely be one of the coolest afternoon's we may see until next October.
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Levies and other law enforcement personnel later secured the spot and launched an investigation into the incident. He also prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls and forbearance of the bereaved families.
According to the Weather Network, rain, and lots of it, is expected this long weekend, which might put a slight damper on your Easter plans.
Mr Deakin concluded: "Into the weekend, the fine weather will persist throughout Friday, into Saturday and for most on Sunday".
But some blustery showers could sweep across the south-west on Tuesday, although it should stay mainly dry and bright in north Wales, central and northern parts of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland with the mercury still touching 20C. Highs in the lower 50s. It's possible that some snow will mix in with the rain showers but is still too far away to know the exact timing and snow potential.
The skies are particularly active, as we probably have more showers coming sometime next week.
More than two inches of rain may be in store for the Lehigh Valley over the next few days, soaking the start of Easter weekend and Passover. Highs in the 60s.