After this storm exits, high pressure will bring significantly warmer temps into the area. Highs for the day could reach the upper 40s, according to New Jersey Weather & Climate Network. The line will then progress toward metro Atlanta by midmorning. Rain is expected with daytime highs around 50 degrees, forecasters said.
Updated hour-by-hour cloud and rain forecast showing the timeline of additional rain on Monday.
Round 2 of showers and storms looks to arrive late Sunday afternoon into Sunday evening and linger into Monday morning as a shortwave low moves off the Texas coast and right over Acadiana.
Another one to two inches will be possible through 10PM Saturday evening.
FIRST ALERT FOR ANOTHER STORM THREAT MID-WEEK: Tuesday looks to be a very nice day but take advantage of the dry day because it will be short lived. Rain coverage will be greatest Monday and a few showers could be on the heavy-side.
Another frontal system will bring a few rounds of rain Wednesday and Thursday.
A warm front will lift north through the state Tuesday night into Wednesday, followed by a cold front that will sweep through late Thursday. Rainfall totals have not been quite as impressive further east, where we've received just over 5 inches in Huntsville; Huntsville is still about an inch above average for the month.
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