An area of low pressure will continue driving inland today bringing showers and thunderstorms to the region. These showers could drop heavy rain and even small hail. With any storms that develop, strong winds are likely. Most of the activity will be in the afternoon and evening hours, once the sun has a chance to warm temperatures up a bit. These are known as convective showers and as we start nearing the end of Spring, we’ll start to see this more often.
Showers will start to wrap up tonight as this area of low pressure continues moving south and east. On Tuesday, a few lingering showers will still bring some light rain to Siskiyou County and the Cascades. Isolated thunderstorms are possible again in these locations tomorrow.
By midweek, drier air builds back in under a ridge of high pressure. This is going to allow for another warming trend to begin, however it will not be nearly as hot as last week. More sun will move in for this time period as well.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese