Say goodbye to the warmth and relatively calm weather... we're trending cooler and wetter tomorrow!
We've enjoyed relatively calm and warm weather since Saturday and today has been no different. You may have come across an isolated shower or storm this afternoon, but most have stayed dry. Temperatures have peaked in the low 80s for some, it's feeling more like the first week of September than the last week!
We're watching a cold front that will inch closer to us starting tonight. Look for scattered showers to develop, especially late. Overnight lows will be well above average, generally in the 60s.
We'll have an impressive temperature gradient Tuesday, with highs in the 60s west and in the 70s east. Rounds of rain and storms roll through the area tomorrow, with the heaviest rain coming in the afternoon, evening and overnight. Some areas could end up with 1-2" of rain. The places that get the most rain over a short amount of time could see localized flooding develop. Rain exits to the east Tuesday night and we see clouds partially clear on Wednesday.
Another front passes through on Thursday, causing a few scattered showers to develop. Behind that front, cooler and drier air filters in for Friday and the weekend.