TONIGHT: With cooler more dense air sinking southward, warm and moist air will ride over it leading to an over-running setup across the region. This means continuous overcast skies with a rainy setup through the evening. However, rain will be on the light to moderate side with only isolated heavy rain and storms. Nothing severe expected nor flooding should be a concern. Winds will stay on the breezy side from the north. Due to overcast skies, temperatures will cool and hover just near 60 in the overnight. 

SUNDAY: There will be some lift and leftover instability in the atmosphere to keep rain chances up as we wrap up the weekend. Nothing like what we saw earlier. Only isolated to scattered activity expected under mostly cloudy skies to overcast. High temperatures will rebound into the low to mid 70s tomorrow.  

LOOKING AHEAD: An unsettled pattern sets up for next week. Strong flow from the southwest will keep the clouds around and minimal rain chances through the early week. Chances spike once again as a couple systems head our way Thursday into Friday. 

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