We are tracking pockets of heavy rain that will be widespread throughout our Monday. Showers and possible thunderstorms could produce some lightning, flash-flooding and also isolated chances of small-size hail. Definitely be on the look out and give yourself some extra time as it could be difficult to drive on the road ways.
While there will be showers and ample amounts of cloud cover, temperatures are only expected to top out in the upper 50s and low 60s. Most of the heavier amounts of rain will be out of here by the lunch hour, but scattered storm chances will continue into the overnight hours; all of these chances staying below a severe threat. Lows for tonight will be more seasonable in the upper 40s. There is a chance of rain, but more likely that we'll be driving in patchy fog tomorrow morning.
After the frontal boundary passes south of the Tri-State, showers will continue to linger into our Tuesday. But, this will be the start of a warming trend for the week. Tuesday will be more promising with dry weather, with a slim chance of rain. Highs will be back in the mid to upper 60s. Surprisingly, we will get plenty of chances to receive some much needed rainfall this week. Unfortunately, we'll continue the trend of being on the temperature roller coaster. Happy Fall Y'all!!