The showers that plagued much of Sunday have slowly tapered off and continue to push east and out of our region. Some locations within our region picked up between 1-2" of rainfall from the slow-moving downpours. The good news is that none of the storms turned severe with only a few rumbles of thunder from time to time. Now we'll see fog develop through the overnight becoming dense in many spots toward dawn.
On Monday there will be a slight decrease in humidity levels. But it won't last long! Early in the week temperatures will likely climb back into the mid to upper 80s before a round of thunderstorms knocks down that heat and humidity midweek. The best chance for thunderstorms looks to be Wednesday afternoon but a stray storm may pop up Tuesday late day.
The forecast for the Friday-Saturday time frame looks to be a bit in question at this point. An area of low pressure will skirt by to our south around that time and may clip our region with clouds and possibly even some rain. For now we will keep the forecast dry but the trends point toward getting some of that rain into our region Friday evening.