After some strong to severe thunderstorms roared across our area Sunday evening, our weather will quiet down into Monday morning. While some lingering drizzle is possible early Monday, an overall lull in the precipitation is expected Monday morning. Temperatures should be holding steady in the 40s.
TONIGHT INTO MONDAY
Most of Monday morning into early Monday afternoon should be rain-free. However, a 2nd center of low pressure will drift in from Great Lakes and give us a chance of showers by Monday late afternoon and night.
Overall, Monday won’t be nearly as damp as Sunday. That second round of rain late Monday could end as some wet snow flakes, but don’t expect any accumulations.
-Meteorologists T.J. Del Santo and Pete Mangione