Cloudy with a chance of some showers | WEEKEND WEATHER

The National Weather Service is calling for a mostly cloudy day Saturday, with a high near 62 and a low near 48.

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It’s going be a fairly cloudy weekend, with likely showers here and there.

The National Weather Service is calling for a mostly cloudy day today, with a high near 62 and a low near 48.

Sunday will most likely be rainy around noon, with a noon around 60 and a low around 47.

Monday will cloudy, with a likely chance of some showers. High near 55 and low around 42.


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