TONIGHT: Few Evening Showers, Mostly Cloudy. Lo 46. Winds: Light.

MONDAY: Stubborn Clouds, Breezy. Hi 51. Winds: NW 10-20 mph.

Our Sunday soaker played out as advertised, with rain starting mid-morning in the SW and overspreading much of the area by 11am. The main slug of moisture moved out by mid-afternoon leaving a thin band of showers moving through around dinnertime Sunday. Once this band moves through, expect just clouds for the remainder of the evening. Rainfall totals were mainly between 1/3 and 1/2 of an inch for the entire area.

Monday will be tough to clear with stubborn clouds most of the day. Temperatures will top off around 50 degrees but a strong NW breeze of 10-20mph will make it feel much cooler. Winds will subside Monday evening and we should start to clear Monday night for a brighter Tuesday.

Another low pressure system will pass nearby on Wednesday bringing another round of rain during the day. Similar to Monday, conditions behind the cold front on Thursday will be breezy yet again, but this time a bit chillier with highs only reaching the low 40s. This cooler shot will be short lived and we return to mild weather by the end of the work-week into next weekend.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo & Michael Brulo