There are plenty of rain chances in the forecast this week as three low pressure systems make their way through our region.
Today will be rather soggy as the first low pressure system passes just to our north. Scattered showers are likely throughout the day, and a few thunderstorms are possible. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s to right around 70°.
Right now, no severe storms are expected, but it is possible we could see gusty winds, heavy rainfall and even some small hail in some of the stronger thunderstorms.
Our rain chances will begin to decrease late tonight into Monday morning as that low pressure system moves northeast. Temperatures will remain fairly mild, only falling into the mid to upper 50s overnight.
Monday morning will be mostly dry, but scattered showers will be possible again Monday afternoon and evening as the second low pressure system begins to make its way in from west. Temperatures will top out in the low 70s.
Scattered showers will remain possible Monday night into Tuesday, but that rain will begin to taper off Tuesday afternoon and evening as that system moves northeast. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and mostly dry, but we cannot completely rule out a stray shower. Temperatures will top out in the mid 60s.
Thursday will start off dry, but rain chances return Thursday afternoon and evening ahead of the third and final low pressure system that will affect us this week. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s.
Scattered showers are possible throughout the day on Friday as that system moves across the commonwealth, and some of that rain may linger over into Saturday morning before dry weather returns that afternoon. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s both days.
Sky Alert Meteorologist