That will be the common theme moving into the new week as well as rain chances will be extremely low all the way through the middle and ending part of next week. Heavy rain, possible flooding, gusty winds and brief spin-up isolated tornadoes are possible in our area from late Friday night through Saturday.
Tuesday will provide some sunshine, with afternoon highs in the mid and upper 70s.
Wind gusts could top 40 miles per hour in some spots, with relative humidity values dipping into the single digits at some parts of the day. Delta makes landfall on the northern Gulf Coast.
The system arrived Sunday evening with rain that will continue through the day Monday.
Wednesday will be sunny with a high of 70 and a low of 48.
SATURDAY: The remnants of Delta swirl into our region.
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Several alerts have been posted for the New York City metro area including a Gale Watch and Gale Warning through Monday evening as wind gusts could top 40 miles per hour.
Monday will be a raw day with a high temperature in the mid to upper 50s.
MONDAY: Cloudy and windy with sct. showers & thunderstorms.
Portions of central North Carolina also face a risk heavy rain and flooding Sunday, the NWS's Raleigh office says. We are in need of the rain and the ground will absorb most, but still watch for high-running creeks or streams. Highs back up into the lower to mid 80s.
Meanwhile, a strong cold front will sweep across the Midwest later this afternoon and evening bringing the threat for severe weather across six states from Kansas to Minnesota.