What a spectacular end to the weekend and start to the new work-week we've had around these parts. Hopefully you were able to get outside and enjoy the last few days.
Clouds will be on the increase through much of the day with little to no sunshine expected. The result will be cooler temperatures held into the lower 50s.
A cold front will be pushing through later this evening, however the bulk of the rain associated with it will remain to the south of the area. What will move in is colder air resulting in highs only reaching the lower 40s for Wednesday.
A very active pattern begins later Thursday lasting through much of next week with several chances for showers and thunderstorms as numerous pieces of energy arrive from the pacific. The Gulf of Mexico will be streaming moisture into the area allowing for some decent rainfall totals over the next week or two. Too early to assess severe weather chances, but we can more than likely count on one or two of those days ahead as well. Something we'll keep an eye on. Temperatures are expected to remain in the 50s and 60s through much of this period.