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Remnants From Nate Bringing Rain, Gusty Winds To Parts Of Tri

10 October 2017

The remnants of Nate - the hurricane-turned-tropical depression - will keep CT wet Monday.

The remnants of Hurricane Nate will bring steady, and sometimes heavy, rain to ME on Columbus Day, according to the National Weather Service offices in Caribou and Gray.

There is still quite a bit of variability in forecast models, but the consensus seems to focus the heaviest amounts - roughly 2 to 2.5 inches - along a swath from Buffalo, east northeast to near or south of Watertown in northern NY.

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It will also be unseasonably warm and humid with a high of 81 predicted for the afternoon. The clouds and showers knock highs back to the mid 70s. Highs remain above average in the mid to upper 70s.

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

Skies will clear later in the day Tuesday but another round of showers is expected on Wednesday. There may be a few lingering showers across our eastern sections in the morning. The breezes will relax after sunset, and the clouds and showers keep us in the mid 70s.

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Tuesday should be dry with a high of 80 degrees.

No confirmed tornadoes had been reported as of Sunday evening, but National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew Kimball said he expected the tornado threat would continue into the late-night hours Sunday. There is just a small chance for a shower with highs in the low and mid 80s.

We are also not expecting a damaging with threat with Nate although it will become increasingly breezy on Monday with winds out of the south at 10 to 20 miles per hour and higher gusts up to 35 miles per hour late-day and at night.

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Remnants From Nate Bringing Rain, Gusty Winds To Parts Of Tri