TONIGHT: Clouds with some showers around.. Lows in the lower 50s, mid to upper 40s mountains.
MONDAY: Lots of clouds, and we'll be in and out of some showers. Highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s, mid 50s mountains.
LOOKING AHEAD: Very strong storms develop well to our west tomorrow afternoon and should weaken considerably before arriving after dark. What's left will provide us with our highest chance for rain, heavier rain, and perhaps some t-storms Monday evening and Monday night. As an upper-level low pressure system slowly churns by the Southeast, rain chances will linger Tuesday and Wednesday. The mountains could end up with a rain/snow mix for Tuesday night into Wednesday, with accumulating snow again possible...mainly in the higher elevations of the northern mountains once again. We'll dry out for the end of the week. Look for much cooler than average temperatures for the second half of the week.