Everything is on schedule for rain chances increasing later tonight and through the morning commute. While I do not expect severe storms, I couldn’t rule out a storm capable of very small hail if we get a decent updraft to materialize in any overnight storm. But overall expectations on damaging storms is little to no risk.
The chance of rain will gradually decrease into the afternoon as drier northwest breezes build in. Given this cold front is not of Canadian origins and instead has Pacific cooler air behind it, you will only notice a small drop in temperatures. Humidity levels will drop into Wednesday night and Thursday though.
Warm and dry weather will carry us through the remainder of the month into the first day of November.