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Stray showers continue into the overnight hours, but we turn things around into the weekend

We are continuing to see widespread rain across the viewing area this Friday afternoon, as the remnants of Beta continue to track across our area. The good news is that the heaviest rain seems to have moved out of our area and we are just dealing with lighter showers for now.

The cloudy and gloomy conditions will stick around into the evening and overnight hours, but shower coverage will become more isolated rather than widespread.

The clouds will act as a blanket to hold temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s Friday night.

A brief high pressure system will slide in for the weekend, which will bring more refreshing weather for both Saturday and Sunday.

We will start out with plenty of clouds Saturday morning and become partly cloudy into the afternoon and evening. An isolated shower is possible, but we should be mainly dry. High temperatures Saturday will actually climb into the 70s, which is actually warmer than what we have been lately. Lows Saturday night will fall into the 50s, with partly cloudy skies.

Sunday looks partly cloudy, with only a stray shower possible. Temperatures will be in the low-mid 70s Sunday afternoon.

After the weekend, the unsettled weather looks to return into early next week. We are tracking those rain chances and a major cool down into late next week as well. For all of those details, tune in at 5,6 and 11 on NBC and at 10 on the CW for your latest 10-day forecast.

Brandon Lawson

Weekend Meteorologist

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