There's not a whole lot of variation from Monday's weather with clouds sticking around in this warm, muggy air mass that's been with us since the week started.
Clouds will keep temperatures fairly steady with highs hanging around in the low 70s through the majority of the day with a light breeze coming from the south around 5-10 mph.
Rain chances will once again be scattered with a few streamer showers moving across the region through out the day Tuesday.
The front responsible for this round of unpleasant weather will finally get kicked out of the region on Wednesday, but that could spark a few severe storms Wednesday night.
Storms producing damaging winds and even an isolated tornado or two will be possible on Wednesday night, although they should stay relatively isolated.
This will finally clear us out by the end of the week and allow some cooler air into the region.