Nate to Bring Some Rain this Weekend

Violet Powell
October 8, 2017

Rain will be scattered in the morning but will increase in coverage by the afternoon. Saturday will start off cloudy but expect sunshine and dry weather in the afternoon. While there may be a shower or two around on Sunday it looks like our best chance for rain will come Monday into early Tuesday thanks to the remnants of Nate.

And Sunday, there is a 30 percent chance of showers, mainly before noon. Last week, the area considered drier than average doubled across the northeast with almost 90 percent of MA having drier-than-average conditions. Rain is likely late Saturday night extending into Sunday. Spotty lighter showers will be possible in northern Vermont & New York. Sky conditions will vary from partly to mostly cloudy.

More clouds than sun; warm and humid with a couple of showers. There will also be a mix of sunshine and clouds with warm temperatures. During the overnight hours, the low will push up through the east Tennessee mountains, making its closest approach to the WBTV viewing area. Afternoon readings will run warm again, close to 80 degrees around Charlotte. While it won't be as warm as yesterday, temperatures will remain well above normal with highs in the mid to perhaps upper 70s. High: 88. Sunday: Mostly Cloudy with Good Chance for Showers and Storms. Highs are expected to be near 80 for one final day! Low: 70. High: 94. The models are beginning to narrow in on a landfall somewhere along the Louisiana Coast early Sunday morning. Nate will make landfall along the Gulf coast near Louisiana and MS as potentially a category #2 storm, but having very few effects on coastal Georgia and the Low Country.

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THURSDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures will be around with a low of 57 degrees.

By Monday, the high will be near 76 as remnants from Hurricane Nate move through the Lancaster area. For now, we are forecasting periods of rain with highs only in the 60s.

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