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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

FIRST WARNING FORECAST

April 25, 2017 06:05 PM

On and off rain will continue to move up from the south before it moves out overnight.  We'll be left with clouds and patchy drizzle as we get into the sunrise hour and morning drive.  Temperatures overnight will fall into the mid and upper 40s.

As those showers pull out to our east early Wednesday, we'll be left with clouds, patchy drizzle and a few spotty showers for the balance of the day.  Highs will be in the upper 50s and low 60s.

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Thursday will also start off with clouds but skies will clear out a bit from west to east as the day moves on.  It'll become breezy but it'll also be much milder with highs ranging from the low to the upper 70s.

Late Thursday night, clouds will return ahead of a slow-moving cold front.  That front will touch off a few showers as it moves through into early Friday before some sun returns.  Friday's highs will be in the low 70s.

That front will stall near us as we get into the weekend.  This means more clouds than sun for Saturday with some showers later on, and mostly cloudy skies on Sunday.  Highs both days will be in the lower and mid 70s.

Have a great Wednesday-

Jason Gough

WNYT-TV

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