We're starting off with mild and cloudy conditions this Monday morning. It's a big difference from last week; we're now stepping out the door to 60s, which is more seasonable for this time of year. Rain should stay away until the afternoon, but clouds will be covering the Tri-State for most of the day.
All eyes are on a low pressure system sitting off to our west that has the potential of bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms to the area. Right now we have a warm front sitting over us, with rainfall to the north and west. The showers to the west are expected to move into the Tri-State around 2 PM. There is a good chance most of the rain will stay in the northern half of the Tri-State, keeping some of our southern communities dry. Despite some added rainfall, highs will still top out in the upper 70s.
Spotty showers and storm chances will stick with us tonight into tomorrow morning. Even though the chances are on the lighter side it's still a good idea to keep the rain gear handy. Temperatures will be on the comfortable side as lows only dip into the low 60s.