The tranquility of weather in the last few days is about to end as a storm system to our west and southwest pushes through tomorrow afternoon and evening, spreading rain through the region and also putting an end to our mild stretch of Fall weather. Cooler reality awaits in the wake of the storm system -- although it will not be a full blown onslaught of winter, it will be a step down in temperatures for the latter half of the week and more "typical" late November weather.
Rainfall amounts don't look terribly impressive -- generally between a half inch and an inch depending on model run and location as the models shift around where the highest rainfall totals will line up. The consensus is that more rain falls west of the city than to the city's east but rainfall totals should not be on the order of what we picked up last week from our last storm system. As a result, flooding really shouldn't be an issue with this storm but it will do a good job of keeping the ground wet.