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Six. Here's the local weather expert. Four counts as Sally moves away. We're going to be now focusing on the southwestern Gulf of Mexico not to say we will see anything developed, but it could bring in some rainfall as we get into the weekend and early next week, however, at that same time We're also looking at a cold front to move through to bring in some cooler and less humid air so kind of a battle of systems as we head into this evening and tonight, Sally moving away water in the lake and along the coast will continue to drain mostly cloudy skies with overnight lows into the seventies highs in the mid to upper eighties and breezy beginning to turn a bit less human by Friday, but even more so for this weekend However, for Saturday and Sunday, we'll keep about a 30 to 40% chance for some scattered showers as that Gulf moisture begins to search northwards, however, also at the same time, we should be in a cooler and less human airmass kind of a complicated forecast for this weekend and early next week, but know that we will continue to watch a system that is being analyzed is invest 90. Down on the southwestern Gulf from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin.

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