A pretty active day out there today with showers and thunderstorms firing up all around the area. Baldwin Lake was the winner with three quarters of an inch. We had similar rainfall totals along Hwy 38 and finally for our friends down in Forest Falls who have been missing out in recent weeks. A few locations even reached the 1-2" range, expect a similar setup for tomorrow. An isolated showers or thunderstorm is possible overnight as lows cool to the 50's. Expect another active day Tuesday with scattered showers and thunderstorms firing up by afternoon. Some storms could produce very heavy rain with rates over 1 inch/per hour, along with strong gusty winds, frequent lightning, and hail. Always head indoors if a thunderstorm approaches your area and watch out for isolated flash flooding. Moisture may decrease a smidge on Wednesday, then surge again Thursday and Friday, decreasing again over the weekend as the monsoon flow finally shifts east. Temperatures will remain slightly below average through the period with highs in the mid to upper 70's and lows in the 50's.