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Scattered showers remain through the weekend

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Showers have come to an end but only briefly, as more scattered activity is expected to develop overnight.

By morning you can expect a low in the upper 60s with an afternoon high on Saturday in the upper 70s.

Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will continue this weekend with Sunday's high in the low 80s.

Sunshine will re-appear on Monday, but more rain and storms will return on Tuesday.

For a detailed, hourly forecast, visit FOX19's weather page. Download the free weather app to get your updates on-the-go.

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