Monday morning will be cold, but about 10° warmer than Sunday morning's brutally cold temps. We will start under mostly sunny skies with a breezy southerly wind. The stout south breeze will help usher in more moist, warmer air. Highs will be near 60°.
Winds will sustain around 10-20 mph with gusts as high as 25-30 mph.
A few clouds start to roll in by Monday afternoon before showers slide in from the west after sunset. Rain showers will be likely late Monday into the overnight hours Tuesday (8-9pm until 7-10am).
A few lingering showers are possible for the Tuesday morning commute but by mid-Tuesday morning, we'll likely be dry.
The severe potential is very low with this system but some storms could produce heavy rain, some cloud to ground lightning, and wind gusts of 40mph. Rainfall totals will generally be around a 1/2 inch.
Slightly cooler air will follow these showers with highs back in the low to mid 50s Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. Our next storm system arrives Thursday evening into Friday morning with the chance for some stronger storms and more heavy rain. At this point, next week looks dry with our next storm system arriving early next week.
Meteorologist Jeff Castle will have your hour-by-hour forecast starting at 4:30 Monday morning!