Tuesday will not be a washout. You'll be able to pick your spots to do what you need/want to outside.
The atmosphere does remain very unsettled throughout the day with a cool pool of air still spinning overhead aloft and making things increasingly unstable as we see some limited morning sunshine after the fog burns off.
It goes like this: fog burns off giving way to sunshine with mid and late morning partly cloudy skies; showers and thunderstorms, scattered in nature, begin to rumble in towards mid-day and will continue in waves through the afternoon before diminishing this evening.
So, keep an eye to the sky as temps will be comfortable with highs in the mid and upper 70's.
Another in a series of Canadian high pressure systems, that have been dominating our weather pattern since late June, moves into the region overnight and will promote another stretch of user friendly weather right into and through the upcoming weekend.
Skies become partly cloudy overnight with cooler lows falling into the mid 50's by daybreak. Skies will be partly cloudy Wednesdayand with lower relative humidity highs getting into the mid 70's.
We could see a stray/renegade shower or two late in the afternoon.
The rest of the week offers more of the same with plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid and upper 70's into the weekend.
We'll begin to get back to more seasonable, summer-like weather Sunday into Monday before our next threat of storms develop.
So keep your umbrella handy today and be ready to dust off those sunglasses for the rest of the week.