Tracking rain later today followed by a colder shift

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All is quiet and well this Monday morning, as the pattern remains dry and temperatures not too harsh. Scattered clouds will eventually thicken this afternoon, as rain chances creep up for the late afternoon and evening. No threat of icy weather this evening as temperatures statewide should climb well above 32° before the precipitation falls.

Rain showers will continue overnight, as winds increase from the southwest at 15-25 mph. Colder air to flow back in tomorrow with a slight pattern shift to colder air. This should be enough to switch showers to flurries and snow showers by tomorrow afternoon. No big surprises in the days ahead, just colder with passing flurries through the workweek!