Rain showers are looking to wrap up with the first wave this afternoon. Light to moderate widespread showers will slowly become a few scattered or isolated showers with abundant cloud coverage through the evening Monday. Temperatures remain mild in the low to middle 50s and will mostly hang there through the overnight. Wind is still ramping up from the southwest between 10-20 mph with occasional gusts to 25 mph.
Rain showers will wind down this evening as we await the next low. The widespread activity will become scattered or isolated showers through the late evening hours. Early Tuesday morning, widespread showers work back in with heavy rain and thunderstorms in the mix. Strong wind gusts are possible with the incoming storms that will last from just after midnight through the morning commute for Central and Eastern counties. By late morning Tuesday, the rain will again become scattered or isolated rain showers and clouds will start to decrease. Sunshine will return to the I-75 corridor by early to mid-afternoon as the last remaining showers exit the eastern coalfields by mid to late afternoon. Everyone should have a chance to see some sunshine before it sets Tuesday. If not, there will be a much better opportunity to see it rise and set on Wednesday as high pressure slides in. We have one more hurdle to get over on Friday with a small amount rain and potentially some snow as temperatures cool overnight into Saturday. The sunshine returns over the weekend and temperatures will rebound.