After a misty/drizzle for a start (and a t'shower along the Alabama border), we expect the activity seen in the top picture of Stormtracker to push in during the early to mid afternoon hours, as seen by the HRRR (short range) model.
Although there could be some lightning & thunder in the mix, no severe weather is expected.
Highs should manage the 60s by the late afternoon hours.
On Monday afternoon, another front pushes through dropping temperatures for Monday night through Thursday.
Tuesday's highs may struggle to reach 50, and may even stay in the 40s.
A Gulf low should bring a pretty wet (and cool) Thursday.
The good news:
After the Gulf Low pushes out and the rain leaves, temperatures will warm up for Friday into the weekend, with 70s by next Sunday.