The showers have started late this afternoon throughout the Sunrise Side and plan to stick around at least through Wednesday morning. The main concerns over the next 36 hours will be the potential flooding towards the south and freezing rain during the late overnight in the north. The main precipitation will be rain while freezing rain becomes a brief issue during daybreak. Temperatures tonight will be around freezing with southerly winds soaring readings towards 50° on Tuesday.
Skies begin to clear on Wednesday as the storm exits early in the morning. High pressure begins to settle in the Midwest through Thursday before a chance of a rain/snow mix arrives on Friday. Temperatures for the remainder of the workweek plan to stay mild with highs climbing towards the 40s.