Rain chances linger as front moves to the south
Isolated rain chances through Monday, then drier weather
- Isolated storm chances through this evening south of 58
- Few more showers Monday
- Drier conditions expected this week
After another active day, most areas will dry out tonight. We will keep in a chance of a shower or two overnight mostly for areas along and south of 58. Lows will vary depending on how far north you are due to where the humid air is. Closer to the front to the south lows will still flirt with 70, to the north they will be in the lower 60s.
The front will be mostly to our south on Monday, but close enough to our area for a few more showers for our southern counties. Clouds will remain thick in this area through the day with increasing sunshine to the north into the afternoon. Warmer temperatures are expected where the sun will break through.
REST OF THE WEEK
Once the front finally pushes to our south by Monday, drier weather will move in with a slight drop in humidity expected. Temperatures look to warm by the middle of next week with highs into the 80s to near 90. Rain chances will be limited during this stretch.