Upper level disturbances will cause periods of rain, off and on, starting as soon as Saturday afternoon, but much more likely Saturday night and Sunday.
Then, as another upper level low comes our way going into Monday, the rain chance will continue to be 60 percent if not higher by then.
A cold front then enters the area Monday night or Tuesday and that will briefly enhance the rain chance before the front pushes the rain southeast out of the area during the day on Tuesday.
Temperatures in the middle 80s Friday, low 80s Saturday, upper 70s Sunday and Monday.
After the cold front next week, highs in the upper 60s are in the forecast with lows in the 40s.
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