The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth

Certainly was a wet weekend, while we wont be as wet today or even Tuesday, both day will feature the chance for scattered showers through the afternoon.

Big upper level low is going to continue to sit and spin for several days bringing us mostly cloudy skies with the chance at breaks of sunshine with afternoon showers chances. This threat for showers continues into Tuesday before high pressure tries to build in for Wednesday night and Thursday.

Passing showers will be around all day long, but the “best” chances arrive this afternoon. Outside of scattered showers, we stay cloudy and cool today. Highs will run 10 or more degrees below normal.

Late day showers will fade and skies will clear a bit overnight. We’ll wake up to even chillier temperatures Tuesday morning. Lows will dip into the 30s.

As long as the upper-level low is parked over southwestern Quebec, our forecast stays showery and cool. Spotty showers will pop back up during the second part of Tuesday. There’s no real change to our high temperatures either.

One final batch of showers will track through Wednesday afternoon. Things are looking up by late week. Some rays of sunshine and more seasonable temperatures return. Friday will by far be the pick of the week. The forecast will shift back towards showers for the weekend as we wrap up April.