Then, scattered showers from the remnants of Nate slowly start riding up from the south beginning around 4 P.M. So, if you live in Franklin, Adams, York, and Lancaster Counties, you'll get some of these showers, first. Look forward to milder temperatures Saturday as a weak cold front moves into our area.
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.
Luckily it looks like the steady and perhaps heavy rain will hold off until Sunday night or Monday as the remnants of Tropical Storm Nate head in our direction. Low: 66. High: 90.
Tuesday: Showers or a period of rain likely. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 46. Saturday will feature more clouds than sun.
Columbus Day weekend is upon us, but the crisp autumn weather that we normally expect for the holiday weekend is nowhere to be found. Temperatures will average 10 degrees above normal, reaching well into the 70s. It'll remain muggy with highs in the 80s and lows around 70°. Highs behind the cold front for Sunday and Monday will be into the upper 40's and lower 50's. A few 80-degree readings over interior southern ME are possible. The current forecast has Nate making landfall in Southeast Lousiana 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. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61.
A shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out on Wednesday, but it should be a mainly dry day with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the 70s. All told, we're looking at up to a half inch worth of rain from both days.