Published: Sun, October 08, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Warm Weekend, Some Rain Next Week

Warm Weekend, Some Rain Next Week

As we close out the week... we're monitoring showers in MA that will move toward the east and likely stay just to our north.

Sunday will be very muggy and warm.

However, on the back side of Nate it is still going to feel rather warm and tropical with highs in the upper 80s to near 90 and feel like temperatures climbing into the upper 90s to near triple digits. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 45.

Keep an eye to the sky Sunday when afternoon heavy shower and storms will be more widespread with a few strong storms developing inland before heading to the beaches. "Parts of Southern New England may receive 1 to 2" of rain, with locally higher amounts -- given this... poor drainage flooding may occur, we'll be monitoring closely. Conditions will improve and dry out for Thursday, with temperatures dropping into the 70s behind the cold front. Highs in the mid 70s to low 80s.

It was warm (and humid) today, but for the 24th day in a row, we had sunny skies. A warm front will pass through CT tomorrow. There could be a sprinkle or some spotty drizzle, but that's about it.

More clouds than sun; warm and humid with a couple of showers. Showers and storms will come to an end through the overnight hours, with lows bottoming out in the upper 50s. There will be sunshine, warm weather and some much needed rain arriving Columbus Day.

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Friday: Showers with highs in the upper 60s.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, less humid, cooler. The day's record high in Burlington is 77°, our forecast high is 80°. Rain will taper off Tuesday morning as remnants from Nate move offshore. However, Nate will bring hurricane force winds and heavy rain to portions of the Gulf Coast through the second half of the weekend. The National Hurricane Center has the track for Nate shifting slightly away from southwest Louisiana, making our forecast better.

Way, says the National Weather Service website, with a high near 60 on Saturday. We are on the cusp of an official drought and could really use the rain. Expected rain totals of around 0.25 inches around the city, with higher totals west of the area. Good weather is critical for most people's plans and this year we will have two out of the three reasonably good days.

Rain is likely Monday and there's a 40 percent chance of rain on Tuesday.

Mostly clear, with a low around 38. The air will remain unseasonably mild with highs in the 70s. Otherwise skies will be mostly sunny and highs will be in the low-70s.

Big changes are possible by Thursday. Cooler, drier air will be moving into the Midlands behind the front.

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