This coming Sunday through Tuesday, a storm track will be set up from the Midwest to eastern Canada. The outcome for the eastern third of the nation will be plenty of unsettled, wet weather including significant rain on 1-2 days in any given spot.

For the Northeast, a nice spell of weather will come to an end on Sunday.

Showers will dampen the mid-Atlantic as cooler air presses in from the north that day. With the cool air still in place, steadier rain will spread northward across the Northeast Monday into Tuesday. This will definitely make for a dreary start to the week.

Story by Senior Meteorologists Jim Andrews and Kristina Pydynowski