Clouds have been dropping in height throughout the day as more moisture streams overhead in advance of our next system that will really start to impact the area Friday. We could see a stray shower develop this evening and overnight, otherwise just the cloudy and muggy conditions remain. Showers will be isolated in nature on Friday with more scattered showers on Saturday. A thunderstorm or two also cannot be ruled out both days. Rain will not be widespread either day, but enough showers will be around that some locations could see rain for a few hours at a time.
The upper level low associated with this system will set up shop over us Sunday and Monday, meaning isolated showers, mostly cloudy skies, and cooler than normal temperatures remain in the forecast.
Starting on Tuesday, high pressure attempts to retake control of the area, meaning temperatures increase and cloud cover decreases. Rain chances also return to the pop-up variety storms each afternoon through the end of next week.
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