Here’s when the rain we’re tracking will impact your plans


The next storm system to impact the area will begin overnight Monday into Tuesday. Temperatures will be a bit cooler through the middle of the week and rain is expected. Here’s how the storm will play out:

Monday night
Skies will be cloudy across the area overnight as moisture streams into the region. Rain is expected to develop overnight with hit-or-miss showers and sprinkles likely by the morning commute. The clouds will keep temperatures elevated with lows in the upper 40s.

Skies will be mainly cloudy for the majority of the day. This will keep temperatures down into the 50s. Scattered showers are likely. The rain chances will ramp up heading into Tuesday late-afternoon and evening when a steadier rain is expected.

Tuesday night
Off and on showers and sprinkles are likely Tuesday night. Once again, temperatures will drop into the 40s for overnight lows.

The storm system will continue pulling moisture into the region Wednesday. Skies are expected to remain mainly cloudy and we are going to have another cool day. Highs will only reach the lower 50s. Off and on showers and sprinkles are expected to continue throughout the day Wednesday. 

Wednesday night
The rain threat will continue through Wednesday night, but the rain is expected to be tapering off across the area overnight into Thursday morning. Temperatures will turn cooler as the back side of the storm arrives. We will have lows falling into the 30s.

Thursday looks more dry than wet. Skies will turn partly sunny across the Valley. However, a few lingering showers will remain possible in the morning. Temperatures will rise into the middle 50s Thursday afternoon.

Our team will be tracking a cold front move through the region Friday. That will likely have some showers associated with it heading into the later half of the day Friday. The chance for some showers will linger Saturday.

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