Some scattered showers will move into the area, especially north, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said.
"I don't anticipate significant rainfall, but due to the recent flooding, it's a good idea just to remain alert," Vrydaghs said.
Temperatures will fall into the low 60s overnight.
On Sunday, a few lingering showers are possible early morning, then again in the afternoon and evening. Vrydaghs said she can't rule out a few isolated thunderstorms to go along with the late-day rains.
"Severe weather is not expected, nor do we anticipate heavy rain to cause flooding concerns," Vrydaghs said. "For the most part, Sunday should be a rather dry day, and any activities outdoors should go on without issue."
Highs will be close to normal in the low 80s. Sunday night will remain dry with just some scattered clouds. Overnight lows dip into the mid 60s.
A LOOK AHEAD
On Monday, it will be partly cloudy and warmer, becoming more humid with highs in the upper 80s. A warm front will lift north of the area, and may allow for some evening showers or thunderstorms to develop.
On Tuesday, it will be the wettest day of the week. Scattered showers and thunderstorms along a cold front move into the area. Highs will be in the mid 80s.
On Wednesday, a few more showers and storms are possible, especially in the afternoon. It will be partly sunny and seasonable with highs in the low 80s.
On Thursday, there will be a mixture of sun and clouds with highs in the low 80s.
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