An upper-level disturbance will be moving into our forecast area tonight and into tomorrow. This will allow plenty of rainfall to develop across the region. Sunday night into Monday 1-2 inches of rain is possible, with some areas receiving locally heavy rainfall. Overall, severe weather is not expected but the possibility of a severe thunderstorm forming can not be totally ruled out. The majority of rainfall will be early Monday morning and into the afternoon, but we'll see some rain lingering through Monday night and into early Tuesday morning.
After the rain moves out we'll see a northerly flow return to the area, which means cooler temperatures and drier air! By Wednesday morning we'll see low temperatures in the lower 50's. Thursday morning looks to be the coolest of this week's low temperatures- at around 50 degrees! These temperatures are about 10-15 degrees below average. High temperatures will also remain a few degrees below average through Thursday. By Friday we'll see the return of the upper 80's/lower 90's. Overall it looks to be a nice week from Tuesday evening onward with below average temperatures, low rain, chances, and low humidity!