Spotty showers are possible before 7pm in the metro then will move south during the evening. Clouds will slowly clear overnight leading to a start in the upper 50s Friday morning. Skies will be mostly sunny Friday as highs climb into the lower 80s. We'll have a light NNE wind along with. Clouds will slowly increase Saturday leading to a 20% chance of a few evening showers. I expect the vast majority of the area to remain dry though.
Once again a spotty light shower is possible before 7pm this evening. Partly cloudy skies are expected otherwise. With a light southeast wind temperatures will fall into the lower 60s by Wednesday morning. Partly to mostly cloudy skies are likely Wednesday eventually leading to a 40% chance of rain during the afternoon and evening hours. Showers and storms will be very spotty and rain amounts will generally stay very light.
A very spotty shower is still possible before 7pm this evening. Clouds are then expected to decrease as the sun sets leading to a quiet and cool night. Clouds will again increase with the heat of the day Tuesday leading to a mostly cloudy afternoon. There is a 20% chance of a few spotty showers during the afternoon but they are expected to be in areas primarily west of the metro. Highs will reach the lower 80s.
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