The rest of the morning will be mostly cloudy, humid and mostly dry. It may not be the last one either as highs may again flirt with 80 degrees by next weekend, although we will get a taste of more seasonably cool fall-like temperatures first. It will be partly sunny and less humid. Temperatures will respond to that cooler flow, with highs ranging from the upper 60s through the low 70s later in the week.
At the latest, a shower lingers until Tuesday morning's rush hour. We'll have until Wednesday to loose the humidity completely. We won't have to wait long, though, for the next round of rain.
There is a potential of some localized street flooding, especially Monday afternoon into the Monday night. The clouds and showers knock highs back to the mid 70s.
"A cold front moving in from the west ... is going to stall over our region (tonight)", Buttrick said.
Anytime our wind comes from the east all day, it brings in the air sitting about the Atlantic Ocean. Showers will be around, but a soaker is not ex-pected just yet for most.
Keep the Umbrella in the vehicle a few days this week.
While the rain should stop this afternoon, clouds are likely to mostly stay in place.
A general 4-8 inches with locally higher amounts will occur from far southern MS and northern and western Alabama to northern Georgia, middle and eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina and the Virginia Panhandle. We'll keep the 70s and sunny skies rolling through the weekend!