(KFVS) - Tonight will become increasingly wet with rain and embedded thundershowers possible.
First Alert Meteorologist Brian Alworth says up to an inch or more of rain is possible through early Monday as this system moves through.
It will stay mild, with southwest winds this evening, but by morning north winds will be dropping temps into the 30s and 40s.
It looks like a chilly, wet, start to the work week. Through the day on Monday the rain will gradually push off to the southeast, but this will be a slow-moving front so our southeastern counties could hang on to light rain chances even into the afternoon.
Northern counties will dry out Monday but look to stay cloudy and chilly.
The week ahead is looking chilly and there is at least one more rain system on the horizon. Most of Tuesday looks to be dry, but as the frontal boundary begins to inch back from the south, rain chances will increase again from Tuesday night through Wednesday night. This will be a chilly, wet system once again.
By Thursday morning some colder but drier air will be blowing in from the north and we’ll end the week with cold but drier conditions before we start to rebound again next weekend.