In the short range, we will continue dealing with scattered showers and t-storms as a well-defined short wave moves eastward in the flow. Behind this feature, we will likely have at least a brief period of relatively quiet weather before the atmosphere gets active again sometime tomorrow. That’s because the disturbance that’s now out in the midwest will be in our neck of the woods in 24 hours. All of the models are on board with bringing a very healthy looking shortwave southeastward in the flow later this week, probably coming into the eastern Great lakes by Thursday. This system looks potent enough to touch off a round of more widespread and numerous showers and t-storms Wednesday and especially Thursday.