Chris Johnson's Forecast | Additional rain chances on the way

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Tropical mugginess isn't ideal for October.

MONDAY: Rain showers and cloudy skies continue, with a high of 78 degrees.

The clouds and showers, combined with northwest winds behind the low, will keep temperatures in check for the end of the week. Lows: Low-to-mid 70s.

Richmond isn't going to have continuous rain on Sunday, but it's likely that there will be a shower or two at some point during the day. Monday will be partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s. The aforementioned rain will be develop along a warm front to our south, and a weak area of low pressure that will develop along that front.

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The remnants of the storm named Nate will bring rain to the Philadelphia area today.

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Buttrick said the combination of storms today and the tropical remains of Nate tomorrow could dump between 1 and 2 inches of rain on parts of MA.

Tropical-storm-force wind gusts are still possible Sunday in parts of Alabama, Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.

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Despite the rain chances Tuesday and Wednesday, highs remain above average with thermometers in the mid-upper 70's. There will likely be a gust or two around 35 miles per hour somewhere in South Jersey today, but only in a downpour. Up to an inch of rain could result from the showers beginning Sunday night.

Nate is likely to maintain a swift pace upon moving inland. Lows in the low 70s, highs in the low to mid 80s. Rain tapers off for most of the state this afternoon and we'll see a period of dry weather into tonight before the remnants of Hurricane Nate move through. Can't rule out an isolated tornado as well, as there looks to be plenty of spin in the lower atmosphere.

Slight chances still exist through the afternoon, but the majority of the showers will clear out by late morning. The rest of the morning will be mostly cloudy, humid and mostly dry.

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