(WRCB) - Good Sunday.  We have a cool dry start to our Sunday.  An unsettled weather pattern is moving in, though.

This afternoon, expect clouds to build and we may see a few spotty showers popping up.  The high today will stay in the low to mid 40s.  Late tonight and through the overnight, widespread showers will develop and will provide a wet commute for you Monday morning.  Fortunately, temperatures will be much more mild Monday morning so I do not expect any ice or freezing on the roadways.  Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 30s to start the day.  Be cautious of the wet roadways, however, as they can be rather slick as well.

Monday afternoon, most of the rain will taper off, but spotty showers will continue on and off through the day with a high Monday of 45.

Tuesday will start with a mild low of 39 and we will climb into the mid 40s again.  Skies will be mostly cloudy Tuesday, and one or two remnant showers may linger through the day.

We will dry out and clear out Wednesday through the rest of the week.  By Friday, highs will have drifted into the low 50s.  Lows this week will be in the 30s, only dropping into the upper 20s Friday morning.

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8am... Partly Cloudy, 26

Noon... Mostly Cloudy, 41

3pm... Mostly Cloudy / Shower, 44

6pm... Mostly Cloudy / Shower, 41