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Cloudy, But Trending Dry

The bad news is we will not be seeing a lot of sun over the next few days. The good news is we will be mostly, if not be completely, staying dry. Temperatures will also return to the mid to upper-70s, feeling more like Summer after a cold stretch the past couple days.

There is a very isolated chance for light showers on both Monday and Tuesday as part of a slow-moving system. However, a stationary front supporting these storms will be well southwest of us, meaning the heaviest of rain will be out of our area. We could still see a couple, light showers sneak into our area on the very edge of this system, but no impacts are expected.

More widespread rain locally is not expected until near the end of next week. Temperatures are also expected to taper off into the lower-70s by the time we reach next weekend.

-- ABC 6 Weather First Meteorologist Spencer Furman