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Posted at 5:20 PM ET, 06/12/2009

PM Update: Not as Stormy, but Still a Threat

By Ian Livingston

Front stalling close leaves some questions for weekend

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There's still enough moisture around for some showers and thunderstorms this afternoon into early evening, even though a front is moving south and away from the area. Activity should be concentrated across southern parts of the region, though a passing storm could hit anywhere. Highs made the mid-80s thanks to a bit more sun than recent days. Slightly drier air will continue to filter in through tomorrow.

Radar: Latest regional radar loop shows movement of precipitation over past two hours. Powered by HAMweather. Refresh page to update. Click here or on image to enlarge. Or see radar bigger on our Weather Wall.

Through Tonight: Any showers and storms (nothing too numerous or severe expected locally) should dwindle during the early evening as temperatures fall into the 70s. Partly cloudy skies then take control with areas of fog developing late night into morning. Low-and-mid 60s should do it for overnight lows.

Tomorrow (Saturday): We start off dry with partly cloudy skies. Yet again, though, we can't rule out isolated to scattered afternoon and evening showers or storms. Humidity will be lower than recently, but still up there, as highs reach the low-to-mid 80s.

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By Ian Livingston  | June 12, 2009; 5:20 PM ET
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