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Sunday, Oct. 17th, 4:20 P.M.

It looks like we won't see showers picking up in the Portland metro until a little later this evening, likely around 8 o'clock or so. They won't last long and continue moving east overnight.
Tomorrow will see conditions drying out and our skies clearing. Expect to start the day cloudier but see mostly sunshine by evening. Highs tomorrow should be in the upper 50s to lowers 60s again. If you travel east though, morning showers are possible in the Gorge, and likely during the day in Eastern Oregon. 
Tuesday also looks to remain dry, with some morning fog. Temperatures will warm back up into the mid 60s. 
The dry streak doesn't last long though, as showers return Wednesday. Thursday, right now, looks to stay mostly dry, with the potential for some showers to move in that night. But a wet system will make its way to us Friday. Most of the day will be wet, with a drier evening. But rain picks up again overnight into Saturday morning. Saturday and Sunday both look like rainy, wet days. 
Expect much more precipitation with the systems moving through Friday through Sunday.

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The "catastrophic" fireworks explosion that injured 17 people last month in a South Los Angeles neighborhood was caused by "human error" after bomb technicians miscalculated the weight of the fireworks, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Chief Michel Moore said in a news conference Monday.