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Spotty showers tonight and some patchy fog

The rain shower activity is mainly east of the region tonight, but a spot shower or two can not be ruled out overnight in some Valley spots. There is a chance for us to see some patchy fog in the more favored low lying areas and near waterways tonight, but should lift quickly in the morning sunshine of Saturday.

Saturday will be partly cloudy with the chance for some showers to speckle the high country. Although there is a chance for some rain to fall in some Valley locations, there is no need to alter any outdoor activates Saturday or Sunday. As usual, the sound advice is for you to keep an eye to the sky for any pop up storms each afternoon.

Shower activity decreasing with time this week so by Tuesday we should be relatively rain free for a stretch. August will start out a little cooler than normal, but by the middle of the week we should see the mercury back into the low nineties.

Rain chances return on Thursday and could linger through the following weekend, but we will adjust that forecast as we get closer to the events.

John Carroll
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