Eclipse viewing looks poor tonight, although we may see a few breaks in the clouds.
We may see rain arrive after midnight, but models think it’ll break up upon arrival.
TROPICAL SYSTEMS BRINGING CHANCES OF RAIN, High Monday 81°
Check out the system coming our way from the south:
Our NWS forecasts cloud cover all day Monday. The models aren’t much help regarding rain timing. HRRR has a nice soaking rain in the morning. NAM4 holds that off until Monday night. Other models are a mess, so we’ll probably only see a few passing showers, but forecast confidence on this isn’t very good.
Rain is likely Tuesday (high 81°), when better rain/storm moisture should be arriving.
This should be a soaker, but not a flooder. For the first time in a while, thunderstorms are possible:
Severe weather doesn’t really look likely.
Rain chances should slowly wind down Wednesday.
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