Dry and warmer conditions back in the forecast this weekend

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Posted at 4:26 AM, Jan 17, 2020

After some steady rainfall Thursday, Friday is shaping up to be partly cloudy and dry.

Morning commuters should be aware of foggy conditions on the roadways. While there is no dense fog advisory in place, drivers should be aware that visibility could decrease through the morning commute.
High pressure is rebuilding over the state along with the northwesterly flow, which will result in warmer daytime highs.

Daytime highs will be right around the mid to upper 60s for the coastal valleys both Saturday and Sunday, but the inland valleys will range from the upper 50s to the low 60s. For sky conditions, mid to high-level clouds will be present throughout most of the weekend.

There will be a shift in the forecast at the start of next week as a chance for rain will develop for Monday and Tuesday. As of Friday morning, if rain does develop at the start of next week, rainfall totals will be light.