More nuisance rainfall will be marching its way through the Tri State for the evening and overnight hours. This next wave of showers could bring an additional 0.10"-0.25" of water to communities primarily south of the Ohio River. A passing shower cannot be ruled out for the River City as well. Morning low temperatures will remain mild by daybreak, we only cool into the mid 40s. Luckily not all is lost for your weekend, the rain threat will end by 9 AM with limited sunshine.
Expect the gray skies to linger through most of your daylight hours with highs approaching the upper-50s. It will not be much different by Sunday. Clouds will dominate your weekend but fortunately we will remain rain-free for most of it. However, you will need the rain gear by overnight Sunday into early-Monday, widespread showers and thunderstorms will by rolling through once more.
Stay dry and remember to set your clock forward Saturday night.