Even with clouds hanging around Southcentral, it didn't stop many from enjoying the beautiful weather Sunday. Many locations even saw some peeks of the sunshine through the day, as we climbed to near 60 degrees. If you like the sunshine it will return into Monday, but not before another round of rain pushes through the region overnight into the early morning hours. 

A wave currently off the Coast of Alaska will bring us our best shot of rain after midnight and lasting through 6a.m. for Anchorage. While little rainfall is expected, just one hundredth of an inch of rain will bump us up to the 8th wettest May on record. Currently we are sitting at 1.16 inches of rain, which is enough to make this May the 9th wettest on record. Of course, that's not hard to believe when you look at the two records we broke earlier in the month for rain.

Once the rain clears out into Monday morning, expect the sunshine to return and highs climb near 60 degrees. If you're a lover of the sunshine, we will see it come and go this week. Unfortunately flow out of the southeast will continue to keep clouds in the forecast and seasonal temperatures near 60 degrees each day.

Gear up for a beautiful week ahead though!

Meteorologist Aaron Morrison