As we enter the first full week of autumn, the weekend-long flirtation with rainfall continues on schedule. That strong low pressure that originated out near Utah and Wyoming has now moved into northern Ontario, and it is dragging a cold front that runs the length of the United States' midsection (all the way down into Texas!). Today, expect continued rainfall and a strong wind out of the west. Heavy rain and thunderstorms do not seem to be a huge threat here. We'll just anticipate off-and-on showers today, tonight, and tomorrow. High temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s, relatively average.
Tomorrow we'll see much of the same, at least early on. The low pressure is finally on its way out and we'll just see the final remnants of that system during the day on Tuesday. We'll keep clouds in the sky into Wednesday, when they'll start to diminish and give way to sunshine.
As sunny conditions look likely through the end of the week, warmer temperatures will enter the region as well. We'll be at or above normal through Friday and Saturday. We'll stay fair and without any additional rainfall throughout the weekend as well, with highs still in the 60s.