Rain more common than sun this week in Central New York

Rain more common than sun this week in Central New York

The remnants of Nate - the hurricane-turned-tropical depression - will keep CT wet Monday. A few downpours are likely with anywhere from half an inch up to an inch and a half of rain possible.

The high humidity is expected to continue through Wednesday. Next weekend looks lovely with plenty of sunshine and highs in the mid-70s to near 80°. It's been a cool day as well with highs today only reaching the upper 60s and lower 70s.

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

As mentioned previously, a few lingering showers may hang around early in the morning, but drier air moving in should make for a nice, and warm Monday aftenroon.

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SUNSHINE RETURNS: After the clouds break up Monday night, we'll get partly sunny skies on Tuesday.

Highs may range from 75 to 80 degrees. As a result, a high chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue into Wednesday. Temperatures will also be a bit cooler mid-week. Nate will bring a surge of tropical moisture to Northeast Ohio from the south, acting as fuel to forming showers from instability brought on from the low pressure. 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.

Remnants of tropical storm Nate will bring more rain to parts of the area today, and a couple more rain chances roll through during the work week.

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