Tonight: A few showers are possible this evening, but most areas will likely stay dry. Passing showers are possible overnight/Tuesday morning. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 70s. 

Tuesday: Some morning rain, followed by a break in the rain before another round during the afternoon and evening hours. We will need to watch for pockets of heavy rain, which could lead to localized flash flooding. Our area is under a level 1 risk for flooding, which essentially means the threat will not be widespread.

Wednesday: More rounds of heavy rain and the threat for flash flooding may increase even more due to the slow-moving nature of the thunderstorms. A flash flood watch may be issued.  

Thursday: High rain chances continue into Thursday. Again, we will need to watch for pockets of heavy rain and localized flash flooding.  

Friday & Weekend: Rain chances should come down just a touch on Friday and even into the weekend. Showers and storms will likely be more confined to the peak heating hours of the day, which is around mid to late morning through the early evening hours.  

Next Week: More daily storms in the forecast with highs in the 80s. Seven-day rain totals will be around 3 to 5 inches with locally higher amounts higher than that. 

Tracking the Tropics: A tropical wave in the Atlantic will have the potential to develop in the coming days. No imminent threats for now. Keep in mind, most hurricanes develop during the months of August, September, and October, on average.