The remnants of Nate moved well into our northeast Sunday night. The center of Nate made a second landfall along the coast of MS near Gulfport around 11 PM.
We'll have a near record high temperature on Saturday. There is no direct effects on coastal Georgia and the Low Country, since Nate is too far west. Showers will be moving into western Indiana Tuesday morning.
And Sunday will be mostly sunny with a high near 78.
Forecasters say heavy rain is possible through Monday afternoon that could lead to localized flooding. Expect another hot day, with not much hope of cooler weather even behind this week's front. Its remnants were forecast to move through MS and Tennessee on Sunday, then curve across Kentucky and into the Mid-Atlantic on Monday. Rainfall in The County will not be as heavy but clouds were predicted to hover all day Monday over the St. John Valley.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies and isolated rain continues, with a high of 70 degrees. Lows 80s tomorrow, then cooling into the 70s behind the previously mentioned cold front by Wednesday. Scattered showers and a few storms take over later into the day and continue through Tuesday night. Clouds will thicken up early and rain will develop as the remnants of "Nate" (currently a tropical storm to our south) moves through. Damaging winds are unlikely in Virginia. There are hurricane warnings in effect from Grand Isle Louisiana to the Alabama and Florida border, with winds expected to increase by the time it hits the mainland.