Western US to see a soggy start to the week
Flooding and hail were reported across the region on Sunday
Parts of the western U.S. will have a soggy start to the workweek after rounds of rain and thunderstorms on Sunday.
There were several reports of flooding and hail across portions of eastern Washington, southern Idaho and parts of Montana and Colorado.
However, the rain on Monday won't be as widespread.
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Most of the precipitation will be seen in parts of western and northeastern Oregon, with showers and storms moving into northern Idaho and into central and eastern Montana. Washington could also see rain on Monday.
Temperatures will be in the 60s from Seattle to Salem and Burns, Oregon, with warmer temperatures expected in Twin Falls, Idaho.
Temperatures will be in the 60s in Bozeman and Billings, Montana, and there's a chance for more thunderstorms in the area.
As we look at what we're expecting later Monday afternoon, the heaviest shower and thunderstorm activity will be across portions of northern Oregon, central Idaho and Montana. And while thunderstorms are possible, the severe threat remains low on Monday.
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Tuesday will be a much quieter day in terms of rain and thunderstorm activity. In fact, eastern Washington, including Spokane, and points to the south, like Boise, Idaho, will have plenty of sunshine with temperatures in the 70s.
Seattle will see some clouds during the day, but temperatures are expected to be a bit warmer into the lower 70s.
More showers and storms are possible in parts of Montana, Colorado and the Dakotas.
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In terms of rain totals, we aren't expecting much.
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Areas of western Washington southward through Oregon will pick up less than a half-inch of rain, with the same amounts stretching to the east through Idaho and the Rockies.
However, areas of northern Montana and North Dakota could pick up a half-inch to an inch of rain in areas where the heavier showers set up.