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Don't put away the umbrellas yet...

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TUCSON - Scattered showers are slated to return this afternoon.

Metro Tucson stands a 40% chance of rain, starting after lunchtime and lingering into the evening hours. According to 4WARN Meteorologist Jeff Beamish, areas along and east of a Nogales-Benson line stand the best chance of widespread showers. An additional 0.25-0.50" rain is possible today for Santa Cruz and Cochise Counties.

Highs reach the low to mid 60s this afternoon in Tucson, followed by lows in the mid to upper 40s. Patchy fog is possible during the overnight hours, limiting visibility to a mile or less at times.

Low pressure loitering off the Baja coast finally swings through the state this weekend. Saturday features partly cloudy skies and daytime temps in the low 70s. By Sunday, isolated showers may develop. Rain chances for Metro Tucson sit at 20% for the second half of the weekend.

Lingering moisture and a new storm system keeps in isolated shower chances Monday and Tuesday. The pattern begins to dry out the middle of next week.

Watch Jeff for a complete look at your forecast today on News 4 Tucson at Noon. Follow Jeff's weather updates on FacebookTwitter and his blog.

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