A warm front approaching the area will bring increasing clouds tonight, and eventually rain on Tuesday. Overnight, temperatures will hover in the upper 40s/low 50s. Besides a few stray showers after midnight, most will stay dry this evening.
Rounds of showers look likely Tuesday morning, especially between the hours of 5AM-9AM. Locally heavy rain will be possible at times, so localized flooding issues cannot be completely ruled out, especially with the already-saturated ground, but no widespread issues are expected. Additional rainfall through tomorrow afternoon should only range from ".20 to .50" in most areas, with locally heavier downpours possible. The heaviest (off-and-on) rainfall will occur before lunch-time. Lighter, spotty showers are expected during the afternoon, and rain should taper off tomorrow night. Tuesday night will feature lingering clouds and fog with lows in the 40s. It may get breezy at times tomorrow, but BUT NOWHERE NEAR as gusty as it was over the past weekend.
A weak cold front will then bring more scattered showers Wednesday afternoon and evening. Highs Wednesday will be in the upper 50s low 60s, but a cool-down will arrive for late week. Thursday and Friday look mainly dry and cool with highs in the 40s.
A bigger cold snap will arrive this weekend, and high temps look to return to the 30s by the beginning of next week. A mix of rain and snow looks possible this weekend, mainly on Saturday. Stay tuned!