Easter morning will be chilly with lows near 40 degrees. These temperatures combined with clearing clouds and more sunshine will lead to a great afternoon and evening across the region. Only Seville is forecast to equal our temperature and reach 22 degrees.
EASTER SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies and pleasant weather develops for Easter Sunday, with a mild high temperature of 65 degrees.
In Boston, rain showers began mid-morning Saturday, with thunderstorms possible in the late afternoon and showers continuing past midnight.
Metro Phoenix can expect highs in the 80s to low 90s with clear skies this weekend.
Roberts said that these last two top temperatures were the ones that could beexceeded this weekend.
The weather forecast for today, Good Friday, from Met Eireann is for it to be dry and it will become warm in many areas with hazy sunshine.
There is "a better picture" for north west Scotland on Easter Monday as they will lose the cloud and rain, according to Ms Roberts. No severe weather is expected, but some thundershowers could contain small hail due to very cold air aloft.
Elsewhere should remain dry for the weekend, although it could turn a bit more breezy on Monday.
The Met Office has said it is unlikely the country will have its hottest April or Easter on record.
The UK's hottest temperature over this Bank Holiday weekend came in 1949 when the mercury tipped 29.4C at Camden Square in London.
So far this morning there has been a high of 18.7C and temperatures are expected to keep climbing.