Anyone hunting for eggs on Easter Sunday may want to bring rain boots with their baskets because Saturday's showers are expected to continue for another day.

Sunday will be a wet one with rainfall predicted across the Bay Area, according to the National Weather Service. There is a slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon, forecasters Saturday evening said. That could prolong the dramatic sparks of lightning spotted around the Bay Area on Saturday.

The sun still could poke through the clouds during the afternoon and winds will be mild.

Temperatures are expected to be in the low- to mid-60s inland during the afternoon. San Jose, Oakland and Concord could reach 66 degrees, Fremont 64 degrees and San Francisco 62 degrees, according to the Weather Service, with chillier temperatures on the coast. Mountain View and Morgan Hill could hit 65 and 67 degrees respectively.

Rain will give way to partly cloudy skies Monday, forecasters predicted.



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