Clouds will gradually move out tonight as high pressure slides into the Upper Midwest. A weak disturbance to the west may bring a few more clouds back into the picture overnight but this shouldn't stop temperatures from dipping into the 20's.
Some clouds will return tomorrow as a warm front further west begins to slide this way. It will stay dry but with still some clouds around temperatures will remain below average. This will change however for the holiday weekend as winds pick up from the south and help drive temperatures back into the 60's on Saturday. The next cold front will also be arriving by days end, so though we will have an increasing chance of seeing a few showers and storms, they look to hold off until pretty late, allowing for a mostly dry start to the weekend.
Easter Sunday will remain on the warmer side, but with the front slowing down, we may have to deal with a continued chance of a shower or storm, mostly in the afternoon hours. If you plan on attending Easter services in the morning, it's currently looking mostly dry.
The warmth will hang on into the start of next week with a chance at perhaps a 70 degree day on Monday, before cooler air begins to arrive by Tuesday. The first few days will be dry, but a large spring storm looks to come together in the Plains by midweek, bringing a good chance at some rain and thunderstorms by later Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will also cool some during this time.