Moisture will stream in Sunday night into Monday we will continue with the clouds, more humidity and developing showers and storms from south to north overnight Sunday into Monday. There will be widespread rain and embedded storms through the day Monday. Rain amounts could range from three quarters of an inch to even an inch and a half by Tuesday evening as we see two waves of rain and storms. Temperatures Sunday night into Monday will be consistent in the upper 60s to just the mid 70s through the day.
Monday night into Tuesday could see a lull in the rain but a cold front arrives Tuesday afternoon with another round of showers and storms into Tuesday evening. Tuesday will see a high around the low to mid 80s.
Behind the cold front we will get more comfortable and pleasant weather for the end of the week and could see it into the weekend. Temperatures will be in low to mid 80s Wednesday through Friday.
TONIGHT: Developing rain from south to north, muggy and a few embedded t'storms. Low: 69 Wind: South 5-15 mph.
MONDAY: Off and on rain showers, muggy with a few thunderstorms. Rain steady at times. High: 76. Wind: S 5-15 mph.
TUESDAY: Scattered showers and storms, a few peaks of sunshine and muggy. High: 84. Wind: South 5-15 mph.
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