Dry weather will hang around for the rest of today, but we're already tracking the next cold front that will bring a wave of wet weather in tomorrow and another shot of chilly air and maybe even a few snowflakes by midweek.
Showers will arrive after midnight and continue through the morning commute. Here's WAFF 48 Pinpoint Predictor tomorrow morning:
Showers and a few thunderstorms will be most widespread by 2pm.
The steadier rain will exit the area by early evening.
As temperatures turn colder Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, any leftover moisture will be in the form of some snow flurries. Right now no accumulations or travel problems are expected, and this will likely be the last time we mention snow until we get close to the end of this year.
This will be a pretty quick moving storm system so excessive rain is not expected. We may pick up a quick 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch of rain in most areas.
Temperatures will remain mild tomorrow despite the rain with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.
Colder air will follow on Wednesday and temperatures are not expected to make it out of the 40s.
The colder weather won't last long with a warming trend kicking in by Thursday. Right now the weekend is looking spring-like with temperatures approaching the 70 degree mark!
WAFF 48 Storm Team