Tonight: Mostly cloudy and increasingly windy with rain arriving around/just after midnight, becoming heavy late. Low: 44
Monday: Rain, some heavy, early in the morning, then a shower in spots in the afternoon. Potential for flooding in poor drainage areas. High: 65
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy with a few showers and in spots a thunderstorm. Low: 52
Look for the clouds to increase this evening and then after midnight the rain will move into the area. The rain will then continue for the rest of the night and through the day on Monday. However, the heaviest, steadiest rain should come to an end by midday at which point we're expecting a few showers and possibly a thunderstorm into Monday night. With some of the rain expected to be heavy flooding in poor drainage areas and along smaller streams and creeks is something we'll need to keep an eye out for. Rainfall totals will generally be 1.0 to 1.5 inches by the time the rain tapers off late Monday night. Even with the rain and clouds temperatures will still make it in to the 60s on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday will both be partly sunny and breezy as the storm system exits. We will also leave in a chance for an afternoon shower or two in on both days, but most of the time it will be dry. Highs will top out in the mid 60s on Tuesday, then fall back into the low 60s on Wednesday before the cooler air mass arrives on Thursday and pushes highs back into the 50s!