It was another cloudy and cool day across Southcentral, with more rain falling across parts of the region. Less rain fell today due to the system slowly tapering off and that will continue to be the trend through the overnight hours and into Monday.

While spot showers can't be ruled out, the general trend brings the return to drier conditions to Southcentral. This comes not only as the current wave of rain pushes out of the region, but the parent low that spawned the recent weather slowly shifts to the east. While we can expect the clouds to stick around for a few more days, the rain for many areas has ended.

Sunshine looks to return as we head into the middle of the week, with a nice warming trend taking hold. It's possible that we will start the Summer Solstice with temperatures in the lower 70s across Southcentral. With little activity expected, we'll also see plenty of sunshine through the end of this week.

Get outside and enjoy the longest days of the year, as we officially begin losing daylight this upcoming weekend.

Have a great Monday!

Meteorologist Aaron Morrison