Increasing sunshine today; Rain chances tonight

Increasing sunshine today; Rain chances tonight

Clouds will start to increase as moisture from once-Hurricane Irma heads in our direction. It will NOT mean widespread rain or any unsafe weather, but some nuisance showers and a light breeze will be possible. This rain will carry us into Thursday, with isolated storms possible. Temperatures will top out in the upper 60s for most, but folks in the Big Sandy will likely venture into the lower 70s since the rain arrives later. One of those disturbances will move into the Carolinas late today, so I anticipate a few afternoon and evening showers. There is a better chance for scattered showers or a thunderstorm on Friday.

There's a 30% chance for showers before noon otherwise it will be dry the second part of the day.

Very weak remnants of Irma drift into New England tomorrow and Friday with more clouds and unstable air. Highs are held in the lower 70s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny; high of 72.

Moisture from what's left of Irma will keep our skies cloudy through the end of the work week. Temperatures hang steady tonight in the 60s and don't budge much Wednesday with limited sunshine.

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It will become a bit muggier with more clouds building in today.

At this point, Jose continues to meander out in the Atlantic as a Category 1 hurricane and is expected to maintain strength over the next 24 hours.

Warm and humid conditions can be expected Monday and Tuesday, and it looks like the pattern will remain unchanged through the rest of the week.

Clouds linger into Thursday but lower coverage of showers as Irma's circulation begins to depart.