The clouds today won't produce much if anything in the way of rain, with a 10% chance.
On Sunday, those chances will increase to 50%, especially by the afternoon hours.
But on Monday, we should see 1-2" of rain as low pressure passes nearby ahead of the strongest cold front of the season.
If you look at the 2nd graphic to the right, you can see the Hydrological Prediction Center's rainfall predicted for the area on Monday, with the highest amounts in our southern and eastern counties.
The 3rd graphic shows the GFS model's forecast of the strong front moving in on Tuesday supported by a deep upper level trough.
THe front should supply some morning showers Tuesday, followed by highs only near 70° and lows falling into the 40s.
Say hello to fall!