- Umbrellas will need to be handy through the week
- Temperatures stay below average for most of the work week
- Weekend warm-up arrives before more rain chances move in
After a warm and dry weekend across Green Country, things are changing for the work week. Temperatures will stay mild but not quite as warm as this past weekend.
Despite the warm and dry start, temperatures will be cooling down with rain chances arriving as a cold front pushes through. The heaviest rain looks to arrive later in the day into the evening time frame allowing any errands that need to be run today to happen.
The rain chances stick around through the work week, at times bringing some rumbles of thunder. Even with the thunderstorms, it looks like the chance of anything turning severe is going to be low at this time. It would be a good idea to keep your umbrella with you through most of the week along with a jacket. As the rain moves through with a cold front, temperatures are going to go from the 80s on Monday into the 60s for Tuesday then back up to the 70s.
There is some good news after the rain and cooler temperatures though! Highs for Friday and Saturday will be back up in the 80s with lots of sunshine to enjoy as well.
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