We've got some showers and storms around the region tonight, but we may be able to salvage some decent weather by Sunday afternoon.
Shouldn't be a washout situation today, but hard to say when and where it'll be wettest.
Doesn't look like a washout, but it could rain briefly.
This evening's activity may tend to focus on west and northwest parts of the area. On Saturday, anyone could get drenched.
A slow-moving front is the culprit, and more flooding is possible.
It's set to become the second major hurricane to pass by Hawaii this month.
Record heat has touched every continent in the Northern Hemisphere in recent weeks.
The majestic peak barely poked above the smoke plume, which has been on the move.
While we are dodging raindrops at times through the weekend, it doesn't seem there's a total washout ahead.
Hopefully any downpours are quick-hitting.