Looking at the latest data from forecast models and from the National Weather Service, there will be a fast-moving short wave making it way through the Gulf of Mexico that could cause some shower development to move across the area on Friday and Saturday, but keeping the risk down to slight and the showers would only be scattered in nature if any did develop. The main question is will the chances increase for the remaining time. Models are suggesting that the short wave will become better organized and lead to convective development. Chances for showers do increase for Saturday evening and for Sunday, but do not see a risk for thunderstorms at this time.
Bottom line, highs will reach the lower to mid 70s throughout the weekend, and overnight lows will be near 60. Bring an umbrella because you might need it mainly for Saturday night and Sunday, but I cannot rule out a stray shower for Friday and the daytime on Saturday. Look at it this way, it would be a perfect test due to the fact that slicks and rain tires may both get to be used for the new machinery expected to debut this weekend.
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