Sunday evening/ night: As we head through the rest of the evening we cannot rule the chance at an isolated shower for some of us here in the Northland. Most of us should remain dry and for those of us who do not, it will just be a quick passing shower. As we head into tonight the rain threat dry's up and we go into tonight with mostly to partly cloudy skies in place. Temperatures fall back into the lower and mid-'40s.
Monday: We start off the day with partly cloudy skies early in the morning but then that fills into mostly cloudy skies as we head through the rest of the morning on Monday. As we head into Monday afternoon those clouds give way to some rain showers Monday afternoon and evening. Temperatures climb into the lower and mid-'50s.
Tuesday and beyond: After Tuesday we go off the proverbial temperature rollercoaster. Tuesday seems to give us the best shot at rain showers. Especially, Tuesday afternoon. Some of those showers may linger into Wednesday. Temperatures slide from the lower 50's on Wednesday to the mid '40s on Thursday and Friday. While it is still VERY EARLY those of you right on the international border may see some flakes fall Thursday.