Showers Exit; Clouds & Cool Temps Stick Around

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Updated: 10/19/2012 5:33 pm
As an upper level low spins near the Great Lakes, thick clouds and drizzle continue across the region, mainly north of I-64.
Showers become spottier in the evening hours but clouds and cool temps stick around.

Saturday will start out chilly with cloudy skies and a few lingering sprinkles, but skies will clear throughout the day.
We'll be partly cloudy and cool by afternoon with temps in the upper 50s.
Kickoff for the UK vs. UGA game will be cool but dry.

Temperatures will quickly fall to near 40° by Sunday morning under mostly clear skies.
High pressure moving in will allow for a dry stretch through the end of next week with temperatures warming back into the 70s.
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