One final wave of rain moves in tonight
Rain exits Monday with cooler weather to follow
The wedge won out Sunday keeping most areas in the 50s, while a few to the southwest warmed into the 60s and even 70s. Our front will finally push through Monday leading to one more wave of rain. Dry periods have helped abate any flood issues, but a flood watch conditions for the mountains overnight into Monday.
DENSE FOG ADVISORY
Visibility will be extremely reduced where the wedge hangs on overnight. Visibility may fall below a half mile at times. Expect improved conditions leading up to sunrise.
Scattered showers will continue to move in tonight. Temperatures won’t really fluctuate too much as most will linger around the 50s until the cold front moves through. Rain could fall heavy at times leading to flooding.
In addition to the rain, areas of patchy dense fog are also possible, especially for those that stayed cooler Sunday.
Showers will likely be lingering through the Monday morning commute. As the cold front moves through winds look to increase and they could gust 20-35 mph. Clouds will slowly decrease and temperatures will drop through the day.
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