Rain moving out of the Triangle - more to come

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A round of showers and thunderstorms passed through the Triangle Friday morning, but more is on the way.

The National Weather Service has lowered the risk of severe storms.

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A front will cross the area with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm tonight into early Saturday with cooler air to follow the rest the day with temperatures staying in the 60s. Some sun should return for Saturday afternoon and with dry weather it should be a decent afternoon to be outdoors.

Even chillier air will arrive Saturday night and Sunday. But it still looks to be a glancing blow with the core of the cold air moving across the Northeast.

Locally temperatures will fall into the lower 40s Saturday night, then rise to into the lower 60s Sunday with plenty of sunshine.

Temperatures Monday will take a nice upward jump to the low 70s with some sunshine, then another front will chill us down Monday night into Tuesday.

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