Clouds dominate all week with almost no glimpse of the sun as an unsettled weather pattern continues. Also, rain chances go up during the course of the week.
For the most part, today should be generally dry. A spotty showers is possible, which should be brief and light. Temperatures remain cooler than average with highs in the 50s. Also, the wind picks up with gusts occasionally around 20 mph.
A shower or two is possible overnight as lows drop to the upper 40s along with a strong breeze.
Wind speeds accelerate Tuesday as gusts could reach 30 mph. Highs head to the 60s tomorrow along with a few isolated light showers.
A front out west slowly moves into our area, pushing in a band of very heavy rainfall Wednesday afternoon to Thursday. No only could this be a soaker, but minor flooding is possible during this time.
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