An area of low pressure slides east tonight, spreading more numerous showers and thunderstorms across the area. We are not anticipating severe weather with any storms that do form. Rainfall totals will likely be between 0.25'' and 1'', with the heavier amounts being associated with thunderstorms. Lows will be chillier tonight, in the low 40s, as winds pick up, and shift around to the northwest. With the exception of a few remaining showers in far eastern sections of the TV9 viewing area, the rain will move out by early tomorrow morning, leaving us with partly sunny skies to start the work week. Highs will be cooler, only reaching the 50s. A dry, mostly sunny, and cooler pattern will stay in place through Saturday.
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