Good morning, everyone! I hope you were able to get out and enjoy the beautiful conditions yesterday had to offer and that you get the opportunity to do the same today. While we finally got to see some days in the sun, it won’t be long until an active pattern returns for WABBLES bringing more of those dreaded rainy weekdays.
Sunday Stays Dry
That active pattern though won’t return until Sunday night. Your day is looking to be pretty pleasant, actually, despite what is behind it. We will see partly sunny skies with clouds and breeziness increasing as that frontal system creeps closer to the region. The high will top out around a mild 66 degrees.
Into the overnight, expect our next rain maker to be knocking at the door. It should arrive after 9pm so it shouldn’t put a hamper on any of your outdoor plans in the evening. Once here, most of the area will be seeing widespread rain accompanied by a low temperature of 50 degrees.
Waking up on Monday, expect that rain to still be a fallin’. The rain should be on and off throughout the day but, even at that, an umbrella and rain jacket are still a necessity. The high will again reach the 60s but be a bit cooler compared to Sunday. We’ll top out at 61 degrees.
Monday night, expect that rain to still be persistent. The chance of a few thunderstorms is possible with the low dropping to only about 54 degrees.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Tuesday morning, that rain associated with the low pressure system finally begins to move out of the region making for most of your Tuesday (by about noon) to be mostly cloudy. The high on Tuesday is expected to be around 65 degrees and the low is expected to be around 45 degrees.
On Wednesday, the chance for showers remains, but otherwise, expect it to be mostly cloudy with a high near 56 degrees. Out of these Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday systems, we can expect anywhere from 1 to 2 inches of rain.
That’s all for now! Something to be mindful of is that these fronts still could shift so tune back in in the coming days to see the latest expected rainfall totals. For all of your live weather updates, be sure to follow @wxornotBG on Twitter.