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Forecast: Temps dip overnight; rain possible Friday afternoon

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Kat: Showers become widespread by late afternoon

Forecasters also warned motorists to be on the lookout for dense fog Thursday morning, which could reduce visibility to less than one-quarter of a mile.

Rain will end early this evening and skies will clear. There is a breeze too, adding the extra chill.

Chilly air works in on Saturday, with highs in the low 60s.

This Afternoon: A second round of showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and move southeast across the Big Country, bringing another round of rain to the region! Snow will transition back to rain by the mid to late morning hours. North wind 8 to 14 miles per hour.

Friday - A chance of showers after 2 p.m.

We'll keep the nice weather into early next week. We will have scattered showers and sprinkles for the day.

Temperatures are starting out in the 50s to low 60s in most areas. Temperatures rise to the middle 50s. Sunday is drier and on the mild side. Expect temperatures near 70 degrees on Monday.

Showers Wednesday morning will exit south of the metro by 10am and south of the viewing area by noon.

Plenty of sunshine is ahead for us Thursday.

The weather will be quite pleasant for the start of Festival International activities with Wednesday evening temperatures holding in the mid-70s. Wednesday will be sunny and warmer with highs 80-85. Let's hope that trend continues. Highs today will be cooler around 57 and overnight lows staying near average at 43.

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