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Warming through Saturday, rain likely Saturday night

TONIGHT: It will be a quiet and mild night as overnight lows only bottom out in the low 50s under clear skies. There will be a light, southerly breeze up to 7 mph.

THURSDAY: Above average temperatures continue as high temperatures reach the upper 70s under mostly sunny skies. Wind will stay under 10 mph from the south.

EXTENDED: We’ll have passing clouds Friday with high temperatures in the upper 70s but it will remain dry until the weekend. Heading into Saturday, we have a slight chance of morning showers mainly along and west of HWY 63. The better chance of rain moves in Saturday after 7 PM from the west as a cold front approaches. Showers and t-storms will increase Saturday evening and overnight. While no severe weather is expected, heavy rain will be possible Saturday evening into Sunday with the potential for localized flooding. Rainfall amounts of .50″ to 1.0″ are likely with up to 1.50″ possible. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s ahead of the cold front Saturday, dropping into the upper 60s Sunday as cooler air moves in. Rain moves out by early Sunday morning, leaving us with a dry and mild day. The work week will start with seasonal temperatures as we climb into the upper 60s Monday but another cold front brings cooler air in for Tuesday with high temperature only reaching the low 60s, dropping to near 40 Tuesday night. Watch ABC17 News for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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