Nate could drop more than 1 inch of rain in Lancaster County


- Rain, heavy at times this morning through about 12-3pm.

"A cold front moving in from the west ... is going to stall over our region (tonight)", Buttrick said. It will be unseasonably warm and even humid, too. Saturday featured 80-degree sunshine, while Sunday saw the arrival of a tropical air mass with oppressive July-like humidity levels.

The remnants of Nate - the hurricane-turned-tropical depression - will keep CT wet Monday.

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Staten Island can expect one to two inches of rainfall, with the highest chance of heavy rain between 2 and 8 p.m. on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

It will not rain all day today. During the mid morning through the early afternoon it looks like we will see some showers.

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Minor urban flooding is possible with rainfall amounts in the 1-3 inch range.

There will be another chance for showers Thursday. Despite a subpar day, temperatures will still manage to warm into the mid-80s, about 10° to 15° above average.

The drying and then clearing process will begin overnight, as any leftover evening shower departs and clouds begin to break up.

Friday will be partly sunny with a high climbing back up to 70 and a low of 55.

Cooler weather is expected for Wednesday. Highs reached the low to mid 80s all across Northeast Ohio. Temperatures will also be a bit cooler mid-week.