Updated Friday 3:45 p.m.
A gorgeous night for a big football game!
The rain has held off and we're looking at a very pleasant evening with just some increasing clouds. (#GoDawgs). Eventually we'll be overcast overnight with showers popping up toward dawn. Lows will be around 50.
A few light showers will be roaming around Saturday but nothing too troubling. Highs will top out in the low 60s.
It's looking more and more evident that Sunday will end up dry for a majority of us as the low center offshore drifts farther to the south. There is still a risk of an isolated shower -- especially close to the foothills and mountains, but otherwise could also eke out some sunbreaks! Afternoon temperatures will top out in the low-mid 60s.
It's more of a traditional wetter pattern setting up next week, with two organized systems rolling through -- timing now has late Monday into Tuesday and again late Thursday into Friday, with showers in between, so no more dry days. Nothing particularly stormy, but October will begin looking like exactly what October is supposed to look like!
Have a great weekend!
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