After a strong blast of rain and wind to wrap up the Easter weekend, we'll be seeing some lingering showers and chilly temperatures to kick off the work week.
Cool unstable air will filter through during the day, that coupled with Spring sunshine, may trigger some isolated showers and thunder showers during the afternoon hours. There is even a chance of hail.
By the evening things should be calming down.
Frost advisories have been raised for the North Bay interior valleys for Tuesday morning. This is a concern because we are near the start of the growing season.
Folks will want to protect their plants and pets and bring them indoors if possible. More temperatures around the rest of the Bay Area valleys will also be quite chilly. It will be cold enough for at least patchy frost in spots.
Warmer dry conditions should resume starting Tuesday with Wednesday and Thursday likely being the warmest days of the week with highs edging closer to our average for this time of year in the 60s and 70s.
There is another chance for more showers later on Saturday into Sunday. That is subject to change given that's a long way's off in the forecast.