A frontal system will linger in our area today and into the night hours. This gives our area more chances for some rain and a few isolated thunderstorms at times today and into the night hours. In the mix of things, there will be intermittent heavy rains, but it doesn’t look like we’ll be seeing severe weather from this system today and into the night hours.
We will see a brief pause in our weather forecast for most of our Friday. However, a little low pressure on our Friday evening and Saturday will bring our area a little more scattered to patchy rain in our weather forecast for this period.
By Sunday we will see the high pressure creep back into our area. This high pressure will clear the skies and keep our area in good shape for most of next week.
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