Precipitation will be less widespread on Tuesday than it was on Monday as the main storm system has moved out of the region. In its wake, the onshore shore will still usher in Pacific moisture-generating more rain, especially in the typical convergence zones.
Do not be surprised if you hear a few rumbles of thunder in the afternoon! The air mass aloft will be cold enough to generate some instability to generate isolated thunderstorms. A couple of areas may see some tiny hail due to the cold air aloft, but otherwise, severe weather is not anticipated.
High temperatures on Tuesday will reach 54ºF. Expect a low around 42ºF.