We started off our Monday on the dry side with mild temperatures, but it didn't take long for conditions to take a turn. It was a day for the umbrellas as we saw light to moderate rainfall through the midsection of the day. Not only was the cool rainfall unpleasant, those blustery winds made it down right miserable.
The showers came from a large low pressure system off to our west. The last of the showers are pushing through the eastern portions of the region. By the time we start clearing up, we picked up anywhere from .25”- .5” of rainfall. We will begin the process of drying out through the rest of the afternoon. Mostly cloudy skies will persist with some pops of sunshine. As winds start to shift out of the south, highs will still reach the mid to upper 50s by late afternoon.
Tonight will still be somewhat pleasant. Winds are going to start calming down and partly cloudy skies will stick around into our Tuesday. Overnight lows should dip into the mid to upper 40s. Tomorrow could be the pick of the week. Even though we'll be dealing with a good amount of cloud cover, the sunshine paired with winds out of the southwest will help drive highs into the mid to upper 60s.