Round ONE exits...round TWO on the way!
Showers move out this AM (will linger east through mid AM) with gray skies the rule along with much cooler highs generally in the 50s. Can't rule out a sprinkle PM, but probably not many.
The next system dives in tonight. This one has potential to produce heavy rain late tonight into Tuesday (esp AM).
Some flooding may be possible along with a few gusty storms with some hail. The greatest risk for any severe storms looks to be in our far southern counties. Temps will start near 50 and then fall into the 40s PM with 20-30 mph north winds. Very nasty!
Rain ends during the evening east...but winds will continue into Wednesday as skies clear rapidly. Highs remain cool, just under 60.
We finish the week "near normal" with more sun and highs in the low 60s. A milder weekend is also on tap as clouds increase, with low rain chances for Sunday evening.