Temperatures Tuesday will remain above average in the low 70s again.
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with some scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm possible.
Rain will be heavy at times this morning from Nate for everyone in CNY.
Fast-moving Hurricane Nate will bring heavy rain to the Tennessee Valley and Appalachians on Sunday and Monday after slamming the central Gulf Coast on Saturday evening.
"The National Hurricane Center estimates that parts of Western Connecticut could experience between 1-2" of rainfall and winds of up to 30 miles per hour.
Today: Mostly Cloudy, Scattered Showers/Storms (40%), Windy. However, bands of showers will increase in coverage through midday and make for a wet afternoon. It will be another warmer than normal day with highs in the upper 70s.
The highest wind gust on Sunday was clocked at 37 miles per hour at the Columbus airport as Tropical Depression Nate passed by well to our west.
"The heaviest rain is likely to develop to the immediate north and northeast of the storm center", according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Brett Rossio. It will be breezy with winds coming out of the SW at 15-25 miles per hour. Then, we'll get more rain next Monday, October 16. But they could become steadier toward morning as the circulation from Nate nears the region.
MONDAY: Rain showers and cloudy skies continue, with a high of 78 degrees. Don't expect temperatures to fall much below the middle 70s with dense fog in the forecast through mid-morning.
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