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Tracking a drier day with hints of sunshine

TODAY: Showers have left this morning, leaving us with partly cloudy skies to start. This means we will actually get a glimpse of sunshine this morning, before more clouds return this afternoon. We'll stay cool today, with winds moving in from the west to bring us temperatures in the low-to-mid 40s through the day.

TONIGHT: We're dry through the majority of the overnight, but early Saturday morning, showers will return in the south. Temperatures will fall into the 30s, but remain above freezing.

EXTENDED: Rainfall will be short lived, coming to an end by mid-morning Saturday, but clouds may linger most of the day. Sunshine returns in full force on Sunday, but it's only enough to return temperatures to near 50. Monday remains near 50, but southerly flow will strengthen Monday night as a trough approaches from the west. This will both keep us warmer late Monday into Tuesday, but also introduce a chance for rain. This rain chance will likely hold off until early Tuesday morning, and it may bring a few rumbles of thunder. Rain will push through along a cold front throughout the day. We might be able to climb temperatures into the mid-50s ahead of the front Tuesday. The rain will likely exit by late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning, leaving things mostly dry on Wednesday. The front looks to return temperatures to 40s on Wednesday, with a further cooldown on Thursday.

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