The wet weather that hit the Tri-States to start the weekend look to continue to round out the weekend and the rest of the coming week.
In the upper levels, there is a trough of low pressure digging over the Rocky Mountains and a Ridge of high pressure over the East Coast.
In between the two, southerly winds will drive warm air rich in moisture into the region. This saturated air will allow for storm chances through nearly everyday in the week ahead.
While every day will not be a complete washout, there is still lots of rain in the forecast. For more details on which days look the wettest, tune in to WGEM News Sunday Night at 10.