Late March and early April are typically quiet and mostly dry in the state of Florida. And overall, the forecast for the coming week is warm and tranquil in most areas. The exceptions to this will be across the panhandle and parts of Northeast Florida where a few stronger thunderstorms could develop Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon near a stalled front. Otherwise, most of the peninsula will experience a gradual warming trend with only isolated afternoon showers. A weak cold front will approach the state over the coming weekend, bringing with it higher rain chances Saturday and slightly cooler and drier weather in its wake Easter Sunday.