It is looking like a soggy start for your workweek. Our next round of rain will be moving in as early as 4 AM migrating from southwest-to-northeast. Windshield wipers will need to be turned on for your rush hour commute. The heaviest of the rainfall appears to move in between the hours of 9 AM - 11 AM for the River City. Luckily, tomorrow will not be a complete washout. Showers will move out of the entirety of the Tri State by 2 PM. By that time, parts of the region could receive over 1" of rain. Flash flooding will be worth monitoring but a minor concern because of the short duration of the storm system.
We will close out the afternoon hours with some clearing skies followed by a high of 56°. It will also be quite breezy at times. Once we get beyond Monday's rain chance, a gradual warm up will be on the way. Tuesday highs will top out in the mid-60s with partly cloudy skies. Expect a high of 70° by Wednesday.