We are going to keep the cooler temps around for another 12 to 18 hours. Then, the cold front that moved south and brought this cold will turn into a warm front and lift north. We’ll see increased rain chances into the afternoon hours. Then we’ll get the surge of warmer, more humid air. Our temps will start out in the 50s and stay there through the early afternoon.
The showers will stick around through the overnight hours and into Wednesday. A front will move toward the area keeping up wet. Highest rain chances will be on Wednesday at 80%. There is a marginal risk for severe weather which is the lowest risk but not zero, fitting that it’s Severe Weather Awareness Week.