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A Few Rain Showers Possible For Saturday

Reported by: Jason Myers
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Updated: 6/20 11:30 pm
Weekend Update:

We will have the chance for a few, isolated rain showers for your weekend, yet drier air will move in late Saturday into Sunday.  Hot and humid conditions return for next week, with more rain chances.

SATURDAY:  Skies will be partly sunny for your Saturday, with the chance for a few rain showers.  Saturday afternoon high temperatures will be around 86 degrees.  Saturday is our first official day of summer!

SATURDAY NIGHT:  Skies will be mostly clear Saturday night into Sunday morning, with overnight low temperatures around 66 degrees.

SUNDAY:  Drier air will return for Sunday, giving us a more comfortable feel to the air.  Sunday will remain warm, with a high of 87 degrees.  There will be a chance for an isolated rain shower, yet most of us will stay dry, with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies.

NEXT WEEK:  Temperatures will be in the mid 80s to near 90 degrees next week, with lingering late-day rain chances.  The best chance for rain looks to be Tuesday through Wednesday.
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