We’re already seeing more clouds across the entire region compared to Saturday. With those clouds will come a chance for rain. However, best shower chances today before sunset will be west of the Parkway. Rain chances will increase after sunset for more of the region as a slow-moving front approaches from the west.
An upper-level pattern that features a closed upper-level low nearby will keep us in a showery pattern for a few days. This is also reflected at the surface with a slow-moving front.
While it may not be raining when you leave the house Monday morning, take the umbrella with you. You’ll appreciate having it handy for the rest of the day. Best rain chances Monday will be during the afternoon.
With the clouds and chance for rain, highs will be closer to what one can typically expect for early October. Look for low to mid 70s for highs Monday and Tuesday from west to east across the region. Mid to late week highs will drop a few more degrees.
A similar forecast unfolds for Tuesday and into Wednesday. Rain chances continue but will be lower for the rest of the workweek.
While it will not rain all day, every day this week, scattered to numerous showers are likely. A few storms may develop as well. Any storms will likely bring heavy downpours which could lead to some localized flooding.
Our upper-level pattern finally gets a nudge from out west, and we start to see rain chances going down towards the end of the workweek. Other than a few showers exiting to our east Saturday, the weekend looks dry for now.
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