MONDAY: Warming trend for Monday and for the beginning of the week. Warmer air will lift up from the south ahead of our next cold front that will move through the area by Wednesday. On Monday, we will see a mostly cloudy sky with temperatures in the upper 60s. Much of the day will be dry. But, by the evening, scattered showers will be possible overnight.
MIDWEEK: More widespread showers on Tuesday and as the front stalls over the region, rain will continue through Wednesday. A few thunderstorms will be possible on Tuesday. But, no severe weather is expected. A brief break from the rain, while remaining mostly cloudy, on Wednesday.
REMAINDER OF THE WEEK: After starting off the week in the upper 60s, we will start to cool down on Wednesday and see afternoon highs in the 50s. On Thursday, colder air will be more noticeable and our temperatures will not climb out of the 40s through the day. Unsettled weather will continue on Thursday with another round of widespread showers. Through Thursday, rainfall totals should remain between 1 to 2 inches. So, widespread flooding concerns will not be an issue. However, due to saturated ground conditions, it will still be possible for low-lying areas to easily flood. Once high pressure builds in at the end of the week, we will start to dry out and clear out. Sunny skies and cooler temperatures arrive on Friday.