Dry time is limited; tracking a soggy Saturday

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Update (10:45 PM) - Looking Ahead: Titans vs. Colts this Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.  A few spotty showers possible pregame for tailgaters. Rain to a wintry mix in the area by the time you're heading home.

Update (6:15 PM) - Another WINTER STORM will impact a large portion of the country before the holiday weekend is out. This could cause travel troubles for those heading home. Over two dozen states under some sort of winter storm watch, warning, or advisory.

SATURDAY STARTS SOGGY: Tracking rain to our west that will move in for the weekend. We'll have some breaks in the rain but overall, Saturday will be wet and windy. Rain arrives mainly after midnight.

Our dry time is limited as we head towards a soggy official start to the weekend. If you're going to be out doing Black Friday shopping or attending the Circle of Lights celebration, most of us will stay completely dry. However, we can't rule out a few isolated showers around during the evening.

Rain builds in quickly late tonight, mainly after midnight. The bulk of the rain will arrive during the morning hours. However, scattered showers will linger into the afternoon. It will be a windy day too, with winds gusting near 25 - 30 mph at times.

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