Showers earlier in the day arrived with a quick-moving disturbance ahead of a sagging cold front, now entering the northwestern part of the state.
A good feed of moisture and a couple of ripples of low pressure will bring a soaking rain event Monday, averaging 1 to 1.5 inches by early Tuesday. The front will weaken Tuesday afternoon and showers will taper off to sprinkles, with lingering cloudiness. Temperatures will be on the cool side to start the workweek, with highs in the chilly low to mid-50s.
The same front will lift north Wednesday as a warm front, with scattered showers briefly, then some sun and a warming trend. The temperature will approach 70 degrees Wednesday afternoon, and the low to mid-70s Thursday and Friday.
Another cold front will bring showers Friday afternoon lasting into the first part of the day Saturday, with a cooldown.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, showers late. Low 50 Monday: Rainy day, cool. High 56
Tuesday: Showers end, clouds linger. High 58 (48)
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers early, a little sun p.m. High 69 (52)
Thursday: Partly sunny, warm, breezy. High 74 (54)
Friday: Showers develop by afternoon, breezy, mild. High 71 (57)
Saturday: Early rain, late clearing, cooler. High 58 (48) Sunday: Partly sunny. High 63 (43)
Have a good evening! -Ben