PM Update: Gray Skies and Damp Conditions
Warmer Saturday, still unsettled
Another cloudy and damp day has unfolded across the region. Most of the heavier showers are now departing the area to the northeast, but some spotty rain and drizzle is still possible this afternoon and evening. High temperatures are ranging from the upper 60s to mid 70s and readings should remain near where they are now into the evening.
Tonight: Skies stay mostly cloudy overnight and there is a very slight risk of showers. Some areas of fog and drizzle may form after midnight thanks to abundant ground level moisture and light winds. Temperatures won't fall back too much from daytime highs, with readings dropping to the mid 60s in the suburbs and near 70 in the city.
Tomorrow: Saturday should be the last day of unsettled weather for a while. Mostly cloudy skies will continue through the morning before some breaks begin appearing by afternoon. Showers are possible throughout the day, though they should be scattered at best, and by afternoon a slight risk of thunderstorms will present itself. Highs should top out between 80 and 85 most places.
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