Overnight, the chance of showers will continue, with lows between 36-39 degrees across the region. Tomorrow scattered showers become more numerous in coverage by late afternoon with high between 54-58 degrees. Tomorrow night rain becomes moderate to heavy at times with low temps between 46-50 degrees, total rainfall of .50-.75 inches of rain through midnight tomorrow. A few locally higher amounts are possible, especially across the northwestern Catskills. Sunday, rain early tapering off to scattered showers by the afternoon and evening, an additional .25-.50 inch of rain possible.As mentioned in last night’s forecast, it appears the heaviest rain will fall to our north, which has spared us from the greatest threat of flooding. Although we will not see the heaviest of rainfall, some isolated flooding due to blocked storm drains and of low lying areas is possible. Monday morning cold front will push through the region marking the end of our short warm up.In the image below, can you determine the location of the Cold Front? Looking ahead, we will have a return to more seasonal like temperatures by Christmas Eve through the rest of the week, we will also monitor the possibility of returning to a stormy pattern to end the month.