The sun will come out not tomorrow, but on Tuesday.
Environment Canadaâ€™s forecast for this area for the weekend is showing that the rain, or showers, as they call it will continue into Sunday.
Todayâ€™s showers will bring an accumulation of between 2 to 4 milimetres. It will be the same overnight.
On Saturday the showers should end in the afternoon when it will be mostly cloudy but with a 40 per cent chance of showers continuing.
Sunday is calling for cloudy conditions, again with a 40 per cent chance of showers.
While a temperature high of 10 C is expected for today, it will be a fair bit cooler on Saturday at 5 C.
Conditions should improve a bit on Monday with clouds and on Tuesday the sun will make its way through the clouds. Temperatures will climb a bit back to 10 C on Monday and 11 C on Tuesday.
Deer Lake can expect to see much the same over the next three days, except the chance of showers is 60 per cent in that area.
Port aux Basques will also experience showers.
Right now itâ€™s partly cloudy out in Stephenville, but The Weather Network says that will change to showers later this morning.
The showers will continue into Saturday morning. The afternoon should be mostly cloudy with a temperature at 10 C.
It should warm up a little more on Sunday with a high of 13 C predicted. Conditions will be cloudy with sunny breaks.
Rocky Harbour is experiencing some isolated showers this morning and The Weather Network is predicting a 60 per cent chance of showers for the afternoon with a temperature high of 12 C.
Saturday it will be cloudy with a chance of showers and on Sunday it will be cloudy with some sunny breaks.