A few showers still showing up on the MaxTrack Live Doppler radar this morning as the weakened storm moves along. Due to the introduction of a somewhat southerly wind, and some sunshine yesterday, temperatures rebounded back into the low 50s. As of now, we sit around 15-25 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago in the mid-40s to the mid-50s.
Clouds will hang around today with showers tapering off as we progress through the day. Another wave of moderate to heavy rain is expected for south and southeastern counties through the late morning hours; light showers for everyone else. All of the rain with this initial storm should exit this evening around 9:00 or 10:00. Skies will try to clear some but will be mostly unsuccessful, due to a foggy morning setup for Tuesday. Once the fog tries to lift and break Tuesday morning, higher-level clouds will move back over ahead of the next wave of rain. A stronger upper-level system will bring rain and thunderstorms Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Strong wind gusts and heavy downpours likely with these storms. After the rain wraps Wednesday morning, we should get a small break from the widespread rain for a couple of days. An end of the week system will continue to active pattern with more storms Friday into Saturday.