Overnight: As temperatures cool back into the 60s, more rain may develop overhead and come down while your sleeping for the second consecutive night. There could be some thunder and lightning in a few areas, but more places will just have a chance at scattered rain without much noise.
Tuesday Morning: Some of this scattered rain will probably bleed into the 4am to 7am time-frame impacting your morning plans. So, tomorrow morning may be somewhat similar to the conditions we faced early Monday.
Tuesday Afternoon: After what will likely be a long break in any rain from mid-morning to afternoon, there will probably be just a few widely scattered storms late Tuesday. Temperatures will be slightly cooler tomorrow with lower humidity as highs reach the low 80s in the Upstate and 70s for Western NC.
Wednesday: We will stay in a northwest flow in the upper-levels with an east wind near the surface on Wednesday which will promote more cool air. Highs won't make it out of the 70s area-wide for Wednesday. Not bad at all for June 6th, huh?! Also, due to the easterly wind, there will be a chance for some rain Wednesday.
Recent Cool Temperatures: I pulled this from Alex's post this morning. Our National Weather Service passed along interesting information about Saturday morning. They revealed that the Saturday morning minimum temperature of 52 degrees was the coldest June temperature in 12 years (note: Sunday's low temperature was also 52 degrees).