Tonight lows will bottom out in the upper 40's. More showers will develop but most of the activity will stay to the south in Arkansas. Saturday will be warm in the mid to upper 60's. There should be a decent break for most areas during the day.
A cold front will approach during the evening. Showers and storms will develop along this front. There is a chance of severe weather for Kansas and Oklahoma. A few strong and marginally severe storms may affect our western counties but that will be the exception. The rain should exit to the southeast by Easter morning.
Easter will be great with a lot of sunshine and highs in the upper 60's to even a few 70's. Then we take a nose dive. The next cold front will bring a blast of arctic air. Rain showers will also move in for Monday. This is not an April Fools Day joke--eventually some of the rain will switch to light snow Monday evening and night. No accumulation is expected.
Warmer weather will return for the end of the work week.