High pressure will keep things on the dry side for Tuesday-- and we'll see a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will warm into the upper 50s by afternoon, but clouds will begin moving back into the area tomorrow night. I expect things to remain dry through tomorrow night, but rain will start moving into the area after midnight. Showers will linger through the Wednesday morning drive, so visibility will be reduced. It will be another one of those dreary days, where we'll experience on and off showers.
As the low pressure system exits the region tomorrow, we'll have a few straggler showers lingering through the evening hours-- but those showers will be significantly lighter than the morning showers. High pressure will temporarily build in for Thursday-- bringing plenty of sunshine and the nicest afternoon in the forecast. Rain totals through Wednesday evening aren't overly impressive-- but some areas will pick up nearly an inch!
The rain will give those who suffer from seasonal allergies some temporary relief. The allergens continue to be tree allergens, but this week birch, maple and willow are the culprits. A medium high level is in the forecast for Tuesday--but the showers will drop the numbers for Wednesday. Unfortunately things take off for the rest of the work week-- getting into high territory on Thursday (and Friday)