Showers are exiting, dry weekend ahead
Shower activity has begun to wind down across the area this evening. An isolated spotty shower can't be ruled out through the overnight but the majority of the rainfall will be exiting to our northeast. Lows tonight will be around 45.
Clouds will still be around in the morning but I expect a break in the clouds by the afternoon - although some may see more clouds than sun through out the day. Depending on the amount of cloud cover, highs will likely only top out in the low 60s.
By Sunday, we will see more sun than clouds. Temperatures will be seasonable Sunday with highs in the upper 60s. Our next weather maker arrives on Monday which will bring a chance for a few strong thunderstorms. Damaging wind gusts would be the primary threat with any strong storms that we do see. We will continue to monitor the timing and how widespread the storms could be over the next couple of days. At this time though, the worst of the weather will likely occur Monday afternoon - evening and be out of here by Tuesday morning. Stay tuned to Newscenter 11 through the weekend for the latest.