Some rain worked its way through the state on Thursday morning and there could be a chance for a little more in the afternoon.
Meteorologist Scot Haney called the scattered shower activity beneficial because the state is in a deficit.
"The rain should wrap up between 7 and 7:30 [a.m.]," Haney said. "Be careful driving because the roads are wet."
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After the showers leave, the state will see partly sunny skies.
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However, the morning's rain may not be the only chance for precipitation.
"There's an opportunity for an isolated shower and possibly even a thunderstorm later [Thursday] afternoon." Haney said. "So you'll want to keep those umbrella's handy.
For the most part, most towns will remain dry.
Highs for the day will climb into the mid-to-upper 80s.
Thursday night is expected to be partly-to-mostly cloudy.
"There will be some patchy fog developing after midnight," Haney said.
Friday looks partly-to-mostly sunny.
"And it'll be downright hot as we get close to 90 degrees," Haney said.
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