Sunday: It's been a good day outside so far and that should continue during most of the afternoon. We'll have a mix of sun and clouds during part of the afternoon and then clouds will increase dramatically this evening. Underneath the clouds, don't expect much rain to fall until tonight. A moisture-stocked system is moving our way from the Mississippi Valley with quite a bit of rain on radar out to the west. This moisture flow from the southwest will team up with a northeast wind after midnight to concentrate rain around here.
Monday: You'll have to prepare for rain as you get out the door tomorrow morning. That northeast wind crashing into a moisture flow from the southwest equates to wet conditions most of the day Monday. Rain will come down and there may not be much dry time. Temperatures won't get out of the 60s as the rain falls, so you may want the light jacket to go along with your umbrella.
Just Rain or Storms?: Fortunately, the cool, northeast wind will knock out most of the storm potential with the only exception being southern Upstate towns. Severe weather isn't expected.