Two low pressure systems will enter the region tonight, likely delivering steady and possibly heavy rain tomorrow, forecasters say.
After some scattered showers and spotty drizzle overnight, dry conditions are likely for most of today as a weak high pressure system is currently over the region, according to the National Weather Service.
But an onshore flow will likely keep scattered clouds around, with some sun possibly peeking through during the afternoon. More precipitation arrives later tonight and sticks around through Monday.
“Mostly an unsettled period with clouds and frequent showers,” a National Weather Service forecast discussion states. “Temperatures will be mostly around or a little below normal.”
Over an inch and half of rain is possible by Monday. Mostly sunny skies are likely on Tuesday.