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Will the Easter egg hunt be sunny or soggy? Here is Miami’s Easter Sunday forecast

After Sunday church service, send the children on an Easter egg hunt during the carefully planned outdoor brunch?

Or is a trip to an indoor mall or grocery store (if either are open) or a long nap a better plan to escape the rain?

The National Weather Service in Miami says the hunt will go well. But forecasters have one concern.

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Will it rain at Easter?

NBC 6 meteorologist Llarisa Abreu accepts a sponsor plaque on behalf of her station from Actors' Playhouse in Miracle Theater founding executive and producing director Barbara Stein during opening night for

According to the National Weather Service in Miami and NBC6 meteorologist Llarisa Abreu, the forecast for Easter weekend and at least Tuesday will be great. During an opening night sponsor appreciation moment during Actors’ Playhouse’s presentation of the Broadway musical drama “Caroline, or Change” on Friday evening, Abreu jokingly told the audience that she was responsible for the sunny weather we could expect at Easter.

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Chance of rain: To answer the question, no, it won’t rain from Miami-Dade to Palm Beach counties and the Florida Keys will be sunny as well. Basically zero chance of clear skies from Saturday to Easter Sunday and Wednesday.

Temperature range: The sunny stretch will see highs in the 80s and lows in the 70s, with a windy Wednesday serving as scorchers at 86 degrees with gusts up to 28 miles per hour.

Weather warning

According to the weather service, the area of ​​concern focuses on high currents along the coast of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. The greatest risk is through Saturday evening, but dangerous waters could linger through Easter Sunday and into the early part of the week.

What about thunderstorms?

As the weather changes, keep an eye on that hot, windy Wednesday in Miami-Dade and the Keys. Miami-area forecasters on Saturday predict the chance of rain and thunderstorms will increase by 20% by midweek ahead of an approaching cold front. The chance of rain in Key West on Wednesday is 30%.

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However, that cold front at the beginning of April does not look extreme. Expect lows around a hug-worthy 66 with highs around 80. Thursday will be partly sunny and on Friday the chance of showers increases back to 20% with highs in the upper 70s.

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