WEATHER STORY: The last of three soaking low pressure systems is still centered to our south and it is drawing up plenty of Gulf moisture to drop on us in the form of rain. That will continue through Friday night. Finally, by the weekend, we'll dry up if not clear up. We probably won't warm up either, though.
THURSDAY NIGHT: The sky will be mostly cloudy and there will be another 80% chance for rain. Thunderstorms aren't much of a risk this time because the atmosphere is a little too stable. Low temp should be near 43. The wind will be E 5-15 mph.
FRIDAY: The sky will stay mostly cloudy and the rain chance will remain at 80%. The high temp will be 48. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.
SATURDAY: Weak high air pressure will shut off the rain even though it may not clear the sky. Saturday will be mostly cloudy. The low will be 43. The high will be 49. The wind will be NW 10-20 mph.
COMING UP: It should stay dry and become at least partially sunny on Sunday. On Monday, a new low and cooler temps will kick up a chance for rain and snow mixes. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about how much snow that mix may hold Thursday night on the CBS 3 evening news. Friday morning, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will track the tail end of these soaking rains we've been getting on the early news from 5-7 a.m.