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Tracking spotty Monday showers

TODAY: Labor day starts quiet with partly to mostly cloudy skies early on. Some spotty showers are possible areawide today, starting this morning and persisting into the afternoon. Shower activity will likely start east of HWY 63, and meander westward slowly. Many will see a mostly dry day, as rainfall should be sparsely scattered, if not isolated. Some thunder may also accompany these. Otherwise, Monday is rather cool, with highs near 80 thanks in part to a northeasterly breeze.

TONIGHT: Shower activity will die down after sunset, and skies will become mostly clear. Temperatures fall into the mid-60s with a slight northeast breeze continuing.

EXTENDED: On Tuesday, moisture shifts east and southeast, leaving us dry enough to kill rain chances. A spot shower is possible near I-44, but otherwise, don't expect rain to return. Skies remain partly cloudy, and temperatures land in the low-to-mid 80s. A bit more sunshine gets us into the middle and upper 80s through Friday, with a relatively quiet upper level flow, and surface winds turning out of the south. An upper level wave will bring a chance for more activity by the weekend. This looks like it could bring at least an increase in cloud cover, but currently low chances for rain are in the forecast as well as just enough moisture builds in ahead of it. Still, better moisture looks reserved for those to our east, so we'll have to keep an eye on this one to see how the weekend plays out.

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