Temperatures will cool off a bit after the front and should stay right around normal (lower 70s) for the rest of the week. A more significant threat of rain moves in for the middle of the week. Some heavy pockets of rain will be likely during the overnight Wednesday into and through the day on Thursday.
After another cloudy and cool day today the weather will be getting much more interesting over the next 24 hours. We should generally see some clearing overnight; the clearing will work from SW to NE so the NE will likely wake up to some cloud cover on Monday and may stay cloudier than the rest of the state. We will also see a warm front push over the state tonight. This will allow temperatures to warm overnight and continue to warm tomorrow with highs into the 70s and 80s. The front may also spark an isolated thundershower with the greatest threat in the east. Later in the day Monday a cold front will swing through bringing another chance of showers and storms. A few of the storms late could be strong especially in the east.