We have had a rain-filled weekend, which will continue through the early week. We have been under a flood watch this past weekend, which will continue until 8 p.m. on Monday night. There was a stalled front over us on Sunday, which will move out on Monday followed by high pressure building, ending the rain. Monday will see a 90 percent chance of precipitation with temperatures only reaching up to the upper 50s. We can expect to see wind speeds from 8 to 10 mph. The chance of precipitation will drop to 60 percent ending mainly before 8 p.m. The low will drop down to the upper 40s.
Tuesday will see a 20 percent chance for showers followed by clouds beginning to disappear throughout the day. Temperatures will reach back up into the upper 60s before dropping to the low 50s overnight. By Wednesday, the sky will be mostly clear with highs all the way up to the upper 70s. By nighttime, temperatures will drop to the upper 50s. Temperatures will continue to increase throughout the rest of the week!