Weekend rain timeline - Live Doppler 13 Blog

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We start the weekend with dry weather and slightly above average temperatures. Highs top out in the mid 70s. Clouds increase through the day with an approaching cold front.

We're still dry through 5 pm as showers approach from the west.

Head's up for evening plans outside -- stray showers will be possible mainly after 8 pm and still continue through the overnight. It won't be widespread, but plan ahead for the risk of light rain.

Lows will be in the upper 50s overnight -- warmer when compared to this morning due to the increased cloud cover.

Showers linger through early Sunday (especially to areas southeast) as the cold front moves through the area.

The sky clears and we will see lots of dry time in the afternoon. Temperatures will be a few degrees cooler with highs mainly in the lower 70s.

Another round of showers pushes in in the evening, mainly after 8 pm and lasting into the overnight.

By Monday morning, most of the rain should exit the area with a clearing sky. Becoming mostly sunny but rather chilly with highs in the upper 60s.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be mild and sunny but with chilly overnights due to the clear sky.

Bother Tuesday and Wednesday morning's feature below average morning low temperatures in the mid 40s.

Another cold front set to bring showers in Thursday into Friday morning.

On the backside of this system, the coolest air we've felt yet this season arrives with low temperatures possibly in the upper 30s next Friday night into Saturday morning. It's been since April 21st of this year since we've had temperatures that chilly.