The weather forecast for Sunday and Monday looks pretty good with partly cloudy skies with highs around 60° and little chance of rain. But late Monday, rain is expected to arrive and continue for days.
Weather conditions are expected to deteriorate late Monday as a frontal system sweeps in from the northwest bringing breezy and wet conditions. A second wetter system is expected to follow close behind, arriving Wednesday.
Winds are currently not forecast to reach speeds high enough to warrant issuing advisories but that may change.
Rainfall amounts expected for the next few days are as follows.
National Weather Service forecasters suggest now would be a good time to make sure storm drains and gutters are cleared of leaves and debris. Also, prepare for possible windy conditions by putting away summer lawn furniture, and make sure radios and flashlights have fresh batteries.