This front will come into western Mass Sunday morning/early afternoon with a few showers possible.
Sunday will be cloudy and warm with high temperatures around 76. The latter half of the week looks mostly dry, although our high pressure won't be entirely successful at warding off any chances for rain.
Saturday: A 40 percent chance of showers.
After having no rain in the forecast for over the last week, there is at least a chance of showers for the next several days. Hurricanes develop more easily when the air in upper levels is still, not moving swiftly. We'll finally see mostly sunny skies on Saturday with highs in the mid-70s. Nate is now a Category 1 with 90 miles per hour wind and could become slightly stronger before making landfall tonight, sometime around midnight somewhere close to the Mississippi Delta and/or at the Mississippi coast. High temperatures will be around 76 degrees. As we had throughout the night we'll keep that east-northeast wind eventually becoming a little bit more northerly and then westerly as we had throughout the overnight into tomorrow. Doesn't look like it will be a washout though and most areas will stay dry. However, as Nate transitions into a non-tropical low & gets attached to a frontal boundary, that front ( a cold front) will cross late Tuesday...bringing more showers ahead of it Monday into Tuesday.
By Monday, the high will be near 76 as remnants from Hurricane Nate move through the Lancaster area.
For central and south Alabama, scattered power outages are a good bet, as wind gusts of 50-70 miles per hour are possible.
Mostly cloudy with showers and a storm possible. Highs top out in the upper 70s to low 80s, with tropical dew points in the low 70s. Highs will be around 80s for Wednesday before slowly warming into the low and mid 80s for the rest of the week.
Tonight: Showers may still be of the light and scattered variety this evening and into the overnight. Humid. High: Low 70s.