It seems like we've seen storm after storm during the past few months. Rainfall has been heavy and there seems to be no let up in sight. We did see a break from the rain on Thursday and most of Friday but another area of low pressure is moving out of the Gulf of Mexico and is destined to ride up along the Southeast coast on Saturday. Rain will break out in most locations around midnight or shortly thereafter. The rain will continue off and on through Saturday. Most locations will see between one-half and one inch of rain with locally heavier amounts. It will be a chilly weekend. The rain and clouds will hold temperatures in the 40s. The storm will finally move away on Sunday and the sunshine should return to the area. Highs will stay near 50° on Sunday. Next week promises to be a little quieter but we could see more showers return by midweek.
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