A cool, gray and damp weekend lies ahead as our Next WeatherMaker arrives from the southwest. With plenty of moisture and energy out ahead of this system rain looks likely from a several day stretch beginning late Saturday and lasting through early Tuesday.
Today begins with some sunshine before a storm system lifting out of the southern Plains increases clouds and brings showers to the area as early this evening. Rain chances are minimal and look best south of 29. Expect a cool high of 47.
The better chance of showers overspreads the area Tonight as the low lifts closer to the area. Lows fall into the upper 30s to near 40.
Sunday will be cloudy, windy and rain will fall much of the day with a high near 44.
Monday will be wet also with cloudy skies and rain showers and a high of 52.
Tuesday we dry out once again but skies are slow to clear. We'll likely remain cloudy and see a high of 50.
The sun finally begins to break through Wednesday with a partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 50s.
Thursday and Friday see mostly sunny skies and highs near 60.
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