TODAY: Sunny to start, building clouds through day, mostly cloudy to finish day. High 58. Winds SE 3-6 mph.
TONIGHT: Cloudy & cool. Low 41. Winds: Light.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, 100% ch. chowers. High 60. Winds SE 5-10 mph.
WEATHER DISCUSSION: High pressure stays in the 2 state region and provides plenty of sunshine for early. This afternoon high pressure will slide up the eastern seaboard and hover over the Carolinas. This will allow room for clouds and our next chance at rain to move in. Clouds will move in this afternoon and increase as today progresses, but we should stay dry tomorrow. Light scat'd showers will move in after midnight and as Saturday morning progresses, the chance to see rain will increase. The heaviest of the shower activity looks to be between 2 and 7 PM on Saturday. Showers will linger into Sunday morning, but should be out of the CSRA by noon or so. Rainfall totals between Friday after midnight, Saturday and Sunday morning could total anywhere from 0.50"-1.50". Friday highs will reach the upper 50s. It looks slightly warmer Saturday, but we'll see a good soaking rainfall across the CSRA with a slight chance for a few rumbles. Sunday the sunshine returns, but we'll cool back down to the mid 50s. Next week the abundant sunshine returns, but we'll only see a high around 60 degrees each day - Monday through Wednesday.
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