The sun fades away Wednesday, giving way to clouds and eventually rain into the afternoon and evening. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will take us into Thursday. There's little organization to the cluster expected so no severe weather is forecast. Rain amounts near 1/2" for most are likely. With rivers already running high, we'll be tracking river stages closely. However at this point, area watersheds should be able to absorb this rain.
Temperatures are slowly cooling. Those east on Wednesday will be the warmest getting into the 70s, more 60s west. 60s take over for the rest of the week. Eventually a cold front early Saturday knocks temps back into the 50s.
That cold front is responsible for a couple of light showers, mainly before sunrise on Saturday but shouldn't cause any issues.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower & middle 50s. Wind: Calm.