The workweek starts out mild with above average temperatures and dry conditions.
However this will be short lived as a healthy storm system heads our way from the Pacific Ocean.
Widespread rain is expected to move in Wednesday night and last through the weekend.
Some mountain snow can’t be ruled out however rain is the primary impact.
Temperatures will remain in the 60s as this system passes.
Area flooding is likely with this storm system due to the amount of moisture it is carrying.
Those living in low lying areas should make preparations for potential flooding.