The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Rob Lindenmuth:

Another mostly cloudy afternoon is expected as we continue to be influenced by an upper level low over southern Canada. This will not only keep the clouds, but also the risk for scattered showers through the afternoon and early evening. So, similar to yesterday, not expecting a washout, but you’ll want to keep the umbrella handy.

An upper-level low over the northern Great Lakes will send us another round of showers this afternoon. Activity will be isolated in nature between lunchtime and sunset.

Like clockwork, skies will clear and temperatures will turn frosty again overnight. As the wind goes calm too there could be pockets of fog along with the frost Wednesday morning.

The rinse cycle extends into Wednesday. Another piece of upper-level energy will track across the state and bring another round of scattered showers by the afternoon.

The forecast improves late week. We’ll put shower chances on the backburn, for now. Temperatures will turn milder with highs returning to the 60s. We won’t leave the showers behind in April. Trending breezy, cool, and rainy as we flip the calendar to May next week.