(WAND) -- Aside from a few showers and storms to start the week, harvest looks to continue problem-free to wrap up September.

Meteorologist Adam Del Rosso says isolated showers are on tap Monday before activity becomes more widespread Tuesday as a cold front passes. He says rainfall amounts those two days could reach up to 1.5" in some areas, mainly south and east. Otherwise, according to Del Rosso, amounts should stay under one-inch.

The extreme heat from last week is a thing of the past will a fall feel persisting all week. Del Rosso says the warmest day will be Tuesday with highs near 80, before cooling back into the 60s and 70s for the rest of the week.

Ag Expert David Brown says the dry, cool conditions will be optimal for farmers as they continue to harvest. He reminds drivers to use caution on country roads as slow-moving agriculture equipment will be sharing the road as well.