A few storms could contain heavy rain which would create an isolated flash flood threat with how saturated the ground is.
Skies will begin to clear Tuesday night, and lows will drop into the 40s. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 60s.
Sunday will bring scattered showers again as the front stalls out over our area.
Temperatures will fall in the afternoon as conditions dry out leading to a stretcher dry weather into the weekend with highs in the 60s.
Forecasters said the steady rain "should wind down" later Tuesday, but the precipitation won't end there. Afternoon highs will mainly be in the 60s and 70s with gusty north winds up around 30 miles per hour. I have chances at 40% for the area and partly cloudy skies. Another weak cold front moves through midweek with a better chance for some scattered showers and thundershowers Wednesday.
Ending out the week on Friday and Saturday looks to be more like fall weather, especially with lower humidity on Saturday!