Other than periods of drizzle to start the day, the Midstate did not see any organized shower activity today. Areas of drizzle and fog will develop through the night. With the increased amount of moisture in the air, low temperatures will stay on the milder side only dropping to the low 60s.
The next appearance the sun makes will most likely be Monday afternoon as a west wind takes over. The end of easterly flow will help break up the low clouds, but increased sunshine will also spark shower and thunderstorm development in the afternoon. Any precipitation should be hit or miss.
A similar forecast is in store for Tuesday with afternoon showers and thunderstorms likely with daytime heating. The best chance for rain will coincide with the passing of a cold front Wednesday and Thursday. Downpours associated with the frontal precipitation could be quite heavy as there is plenty of moisture moving into our region.