Rain showers will continue as we head into the weekend, but expect more breaks in the precipitation and more scattered showers compared to what we had on Friday. Temperatures will also remain above average both weekend days, but highs will be a bit cooler by Sunday behind the passage of this low pressure storm system. Clouds may hang around in the morning, but clear skies should be area-wide by Sunday afternoon and evening.
Those dry and quiet conditions will continue for the start of next week. Mostly clear skies will be persistent through at least Tuesday of next week before a few more clouds build in through the day on Wednesday. Rain chances could creep into our region by Wednesday evening, but we will likely stay dry until sometime on Thursday.
Showers will become more scattered once again through the Thursday to Friday time period. There are also indications in our forecast that suggest a cool-down moving in by the end of next week or early next weekend. That is a trend that we will follow over the next few days so stay connected for the most up to date forecast.
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