Will the Easter egg hunt be sunny or soggy? Here is the forecast for Easter Sunday in Miami

Sending the kids on an Easter egg hunt after Sunday church service during the carefully planned outdoor brunch?

Or is a visit to an indoor mall or grocery store – if either is open – or a long nap a better plan to escape the rains?

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

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Will it rain at Easter?

According to the National Weather Service in Miami and NBC6 meteorologist Llarisa Abreu, the forecast for Easter weekend and at least through Tuesday will be glorious. During a moment of appreciation for opening night sponsors at Actors’ Playhouse’s presentation of the Broadway musical drama “Caroline, or Change” Friday night, Abreu joked to the audience that she was responsible of the period of sunny weather we could expect for Easter.

Chance of rain: To answer the question, no, it will not rain from Miami-Dade to Palm Beach and the Florida Keys will also be sunny. Basically zero chance if the sky is clear from Saturday to Easter Sunday and into Wednesday.

Temperature difference: The sunny stretch will feature highs in the 80s and lows in the 70s with a windy Wednesday serving as a scorching 86 degrees with wind gusts up to 28 mph.

Weather warning

The area of ​​concern focuses on high return currents along coastal Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, according to the weather service. The highest risk continues Saturday evening, but dangerous waters could persist through Easter Sunday and into…

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