SUNDAY: You may need a light jacket this morning, as temperatures will start out in the upper 40s and low 50s for some of us, before warming back up later this morning. We’ll top out in the middle 70s under partly cloudy skies.
TONIGHT: A frontal boundary to our north looks to fire some thunderstorms that will slide southeast through the evening. If these can hold together, they could bring more rain to the area, but by most indications this morning suggest they will dissipate before reaching our northern counties.
EXTENDED: Our rain chances will be increasing moving into the work week, unfortunately. A cold front tries to move through the area, but again stalls, providing an area for showers and storms to develop. We’ll see rounds of showers and storms develop and move through the area each day through Wednesday, with some models holding onto showers into Thursday. We’ll be tracking these storms each day, as we’ll see instability in place that could translate into some stronger storms, but nothing terribly organized. Our best chance of seeing a more focused severe threat would be Wednesday, but we still have questions regarding timing this morning. Most of us will receive an additional 1-2″ of rainfall, with some localized areas receiving 3-4″, prolonging or possibly aggravating ongoing flooding issues. Temperatures will remain seasonal with cloud cover present for much of the week. Check back for the latest forecast as any severe threat will likely change daily.