Some rain moving across the state is courtesy of a frontal system that will be moving off to our east early Friday morning. The rain will be generally light, and should be pretty much out of here by daybreak.
With a thick blanket of clouds holding overnight, lows will stay in the 50s - a good bit above average for this time of the year. Even so, temperatures Friday afternoon won't rise too much. As the clouds break-up, brisk winds will kick-in from the north, so highs will only struggle back into the lower 60s.
The holiday weekend is looking pretty good. Plenty of sunshine is expected for Saturday & Sunday as highs move back into the lower 70s Sunday. Columbus Day will have highs ranging from the upper 60s to lower 70s with some rain moving in during the afternoon. - JR
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