Another storm from the Gulf of Alaska is expected to arrive in Porterville late this week, but forecasts show that it should roll in just late enough to allow the 93rd annual Veterans Day Parade on Friday to proceed without any rainy interruptions. The National Weather Service in Hanford is calling for mostly cloudy conditions Friday with a high of 61 degrees. The parade will commence at 10 a.m. Friday at Main Street and Morton Avenue. There is, however, a 45% chance of rain Friday night in Porterville, NWS meteorologist Brian Ochs said. There is also a 35% chance of rain Saturday, a 25% chance Saturday night and a 45% chance Sunday. “It looks like it’s going to be pretty active this weekend,” Ochs said. Local weather observer Greg Chadwell said 0.37 inches of rain fell in Porterville over the course of the most recent storm, bringing the season total to 0.93 inches. Ochs said the system that is set to arrive late this week “should be wetter than the previous one.” The system is also expected to produce temperatures that are 10 to 15 degrees below normal, Ochs said. NWS is calling for tonight’s low to dip to 36 degrees. The next several days’ lows are expected to range from the low to mid-40s. Ochs said some late-night and early-morning fog could set in over the next few days as well.