We’re expecting a quiet and somewhat foggy start to the week, as cloud coverage and fog are anticipated from Monday through Wednesday, in the morning hours before tapering off and then returning again at night.
Winds are creating a small craft advisory that will continue through early Monday morning.
During a small craft advisory, hazardous conditions are out there for inexperienced mariners and those operating smaller vessels.
Temperatures are expected to cool down Wednesday ahead of a trough of low pressure.
There’s a “likely” chance of rain Thursday, going into Friday.
The National Weather Service says this system is “unusually strong for this time of year.”
Rain rates could be close to half an inch.
Parts of the U.S. have been very wet with urban and river flooding. The top graphic shows the estimated accumulated precipitation from the last 7 days. The bottom graphic shows the forecast amounts for the coming week. #flooding #TXwx #LAwx #MSwx #ARwx pic.twitter.com/uWsT8jNfew
— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) May 11, 2019
Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!