PM Update: Some More Showers Tonight
Cloudy weekend with shower/thunderstorm threats
Morning fog and sun were replaced with mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. Despite the clouds, temperatures rose a little above average as highs reached the low 60s. Outside an isolated break in the clouds, we'll see gray skies stick around through much of the weekend, along with several chances of still-needed rainfall. Too bad it has to happen on a weekend though, right?
Tonight: Rain chances increase right around sunset and showers persist till morning. Showers that fall overnight should be fairly light, with some spots getting .1-.2" or so. Temperatures won't be too chilly as readings dip to the mid-to-upper 40s for lows. Winds will be light, so areas of of fog are possible late.
Tomorrow (Saturday): Though the weekend will feature rain, Saturday may actually end up fairly dry (though cloudy) until late in the day as highs reach the mid-to-upper 50s. By late afternoon or evening, showers and some thunderstorms may enter the picture. They will become more likely Saturday night, when more significant rain could fall.
See Camden Walker's full forecast through early next week.
Severe Weather: Parts of the area are under the first "slight risk" of severe weather for 2009 this weekend as an energetic system swings a cold front through. During the thunderstorm onslaught of last spring, Dan Stillman explored what a slight risk actually means for folks in the area.
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