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FIRST TO ALERT: Quiet day before more rain moves in. Read about our weekend rain chance here.

(Source: WTVM Storm Team 9) (Source: WTVM Storm Team 9)

(WTVM) – The rain is gone and the clouds will soon follow this morning with sunny skies expected by lunch. Highs will be in the low 60s. Once we head into Friday, weather conditions will change once again with clouds increasing and isolated showers back in the forecast for the evening.

Saturday and Sunday will be wet at times with Sunday being the wettest day overall. Highs this weekend will reach the 70 mark for most. Make sure you are keeping track with our WTVM weather app and keep the umbrella handy this weekend!

Unsettled will be the best way to describe the weather as we head into early next week - we keep rain chances in the forecast Monday through Thursday with Monday and Tuesday being the wettest days.  There is still a good bit of disagreement in the major long-range computer models as to how this will all play out, so stay tuned for details! Temperatures look to stay in the 60s and low 70s for afternoon highs.

Get more on the forecast while your on-the-go with our FREE WTVM weather app, available for download here.  It's also a great place to stream our newscasts starting at 5 PM ET if you can't make it to a TV.

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