PM Update: Unsettled Conditions Continue
More showers possible Saturday
Low pressure moving further inland along the Carolina border continues feeding a moist and dreary air mass into the area. Throughout the day, spotty light rain and areas of drizzle have kept things damp. Temperatures have risen to the mid and upper 60s in most locations this afternoon, and the threat of drizzle or periods of light rain continues into the evening.
Tonight: Showers and drizzle are possible this evening, and drizzle should become the predominant precipitation type after midnight. Temperatures only slowly drop back toward lows in the low-to-mid 60s. Areas of fog may form, especially after midnight. A northeast wind will slow through the night.
Tomorrow: Drizzle or light rain is possible in the morning, though much of the early day should be fairly dry. By afternoon, showers -- and maybe even isolated thunderstorms -- will be possible as the low pressure system to the south passes close by the area. Highs should reach the low-to-mid 70s and winds will be light from the east.
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