It’s been a Top-10 dry November so far, but the final two days will change that in a big way. An inch or two of rain is coming our way for Tuesday and then a second batch on Wednesday. The timing shows the rain arriving after midnight with rounds of rain through the day tomorrow. The best chance is in the morning, but all day looks to be a wash.
It will be mild with highs near 60 in the rain. There will be a lull Tuesday night before the rain returns for the daylight hours on Wednesday. Again, look for up to 2″ of rain from the combination of the two systems by late Wednesday evening. Flooding is not expected to be a concern.
Thursday brings drying and breezy conditions as temperatures fall back into the lower 50s. The weekend is looking seasonable for the first few days of December with highs in the mid to upper 40s. It should be dry for most of the weekend before another round of rain arrives Sunday evening and lasts into Monday.