Remnants Of Nate To Impact New York Area Monday — ACCUWEATHER ALERT

Remnants Of Nate To Impact New York Area Monday — ACCUWEATHER ALERT

Remnants Of Nate To Impact New York Area Monday — ACCUWEATHER ALERT

Nate will bring plenty of wet weather Monday for many cities in the Northeast including Rochester.

The heaviest rainfall was predicted to fall in southern ME with three quarter to 1½ inches. Winds will pick up out of the south between 15-25 miles per hour and highs will be in the low 80s. Humid. High: Low/mid 70s.

Highs top out in the middle to upper 70s for most - but should run a little cooler in southern portions of the state, where rain will be much more consistent this afternoon. Some locally-heavy rainfall is likely with another wave of scattered storms Monday night through Tuesday morning in particular.

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Skies will clear later in the day Tuesday but another round of showers is expected on Wednesday. We'll follow the steady rain in the morning with off and on showers for a few hours.

High pressure will pass by behind Nate, leading to a quiet day on Tuesday. Expect a few showers with highs in the mid 70s.

Showers have been moving into central IN from the south today. There is just a small chance for a shower with highs in the low and mid 80s. That might sound cool, but with dew points in the mid 60s signaling some surface moisture, things may feel a bit sticky. We won't see much of El Sol until Friday - our weather pattern will remain very unsettled from this weekend all the way through Thursday. The combination of temperatures in the low 80s and high humidity created a heat index that was above 90 degrees at times Sunday afternoon.

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