A flash flood watch is in effect area-wide until 8 AM Tuesday. Any areas of heavy rain could lead to quick flooding issues, especially in areas where we’ve seen heavy rain over the past several days. This could also cause mudslides in some mountain/foothill areas.
MONDAY: Rain, some heavy, likely early. We may see breaks in the rain later in the day, but areas of showers and storms will remain possible. Highs in the mid to upper 70s.
TONIGHT: Rain chances continue overnight. A few heavier showers may occur late, Lows in the mid to upper 60s, mid 60s mountains.
LOOKING AHEAD: As Subtropical Storm Alberto moves north through Alabama on Tuesday…and even as the remnants push toward the Great Lakes midweek…we’ll remain in a deep flow of tropical air. This will feed continued chances for showers and t-storms, with torrential rainfall and the risk for flooding issues continuing. By late-week we return to more hit-and-miss rain chances, and extra sun will boost our temperatures. We may see (finally!) some drier air push our way next weekend.