A couple of systems will track through the region beginning this evening-- and lingering through Monday morning. Folks north and west of the city could see a brief wintry mix. Rain chances increase by 8pm and looks like most of the moisture will exit by early afternoon tomorrow. We'll see clouds linger through early evening, but a few rays of sunshine cannot be ruled out.
Through Saturday evening--- I'm not expecting impressive totals. Most locations will pick up roughly a quarter to a half inch tonight through Saturday-- so hardly routine altering.
A secondary system will move in by Sunday...and this one looks a little more impressive. While the threat for flooding will remain to our southwest, precipitable water values are higher--so we could see bands of moderate to heavy rain embedded.
By the time the event is over-- most locations should pick up and 1.0" to 1.5". If we see training-- some areas could pick up up to 2.0" . Showers should exit early Monday, with colder temperatures building in by Tuesday. Thankfully, temperatures stay near or above normal for most of the next week.