Over the next several hours a cold front will continue to trigger rain and a few isolated thunderstorms. No severe weather is expected but we'll see some heavy downpours, at times. Rain will be around for your morning commute.
The rain and showers will hang around through the front half of the day. Gradual clearing will bring us to partly cloudy skies after 3 p.m. Highs will reach the mid to upper 60s. Friday night will stay dry with temps near 60 degrees through the evening.
There is a slight chance of a few early showers on Saturday. Otherwise, it's partly cloudy skies before mostly sunny conditions for Sunday. Highs will be near 70 both days.
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