From Chief Meteorologist Mike Modrick:
Warmer Tuesday, Then Late Wednesday Showers:
We have a quiet night with skies clearing out, which should make for improved viewing of the peak of the Lyrid Meteor Shower overnight. Best viewing is usually from Midnight to 4 AM for a meteor shower. But tonight the bright moon rises near 11:30 PM, so best viewing may occur before moonrise. You could see 5 to 10 meteors per hour, if you get away from city lights and let your eyes get accustomed to the dark night sky.
Temps warm up Tuesday. Then the remnants of several small storm systems move overhead this week. The first comes through late Wednesday and Wednesday night. Then another Friday night, and yet another late Sunday and Sunday night. More April showers!