A front will bring a somewhat broken line of storms through the Delta between approximately 4 pm-10 pm. Keep in mind, it won't rain or storm this entire time, but this is when the line will move from west to east through the Delta.
There is a Marginal Risk of strong to a few severe storms, with the primary concern being some isolated damaging straight-line wind. This will not be a widespread severe weather event, but one or two rogue storms may turn severe. Highs will be in the upper 60's and lower 70's today, with gusty winds form the south gusting to 30-40 MPH at times. We will continue with the milder temperatures for your Tuesday as highs will be in the middle 60's with mostly sunny skies.
We turn cooler for the middle of the week with highs Wednesday in the upper 40's to lower 50's behind a cold front. Overnight lows will fall to the upper 20's and lower 30's, so you will definitely want to break out the sweater and jacket. A few showers will be possible early Wednesday, but for the most part the majority of us will stay dry.
We will continue with the colder air for Thursday and Friday with highs in the middle 40's Thursday, lower to middle 50's Friday with sunshine both days.
Another cold front will move through Saturday into Sunday, bringing our next chance for showers...God bless
E-T Forecaster Josh Correro