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Storm Team Saturday evening forecast (05/04/2013)

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Posted at 9:05 PM, May 04, 2013
and last updated 2013-05-04 21:05:00-04

Well we finally see a decrease in the rain coverage over the next few days! A cold front passes through tonight ushering in cooler conditions for your Sunday morning. We'll wake up to see temperatures in the mid 40s.  A mix of sun and clouds will persist tomorrow allowing highs to warm to the mid 70s in the afternoon.  During the afternoon we will see another cold front pass bringing with it some isolated rain showers, but nothing as widespread as the last several days.  The start of your work week looks mostly dry as well, though once again cool in the morning.  The morning commute will hold lows in the upper 40s.  An isolated shower can't be ruled out in the afternoon hours, though the threat at this point is minimal.  We get rid of the rain threat completely on Tuesday and see lows in the low 50s and highs get into the upper 70s.  Wednesday, we'll be even a tick warmer with highs reaching the mid 80s.  Similar conditions persist Thursday through Saturday, though we see an isolated rain threat develop as we enter into a more summery like pattern with sea breeze-based showers possible Thursday and Friday.