Good Tuesday morning I'm meteorologist Bobby Deskins and I'm already tracking rain across our area.

Tuesday has started with scattered showers through and that trend continues through lunchtime.In fact, more widespread rain is expected this afternoon. Rain coverage at 80%, with the highest coverage and highest rainfall amounts west of I-75.  Mostly cloudy skies expected all day keeping high temperatures in the low 80s.

Scattered showers will continue overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning. Rain coverage will be 60-70% including the morning commute.

Rain should be wrapped up by midday Wednesday, and then it is likely to be breezy with decreasing clouds. High temperatures will be a little cooler for a couple days in the low 80's range.

Don't forget that daylight saving time ends this weekend. That means that Saturday night before you go to bed, you need to move the clocks back 1 hour. That would put sunrise on Sunday at 6:41 AM and sunset Sunday afternoon is 5:46 PM.

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