Saturday is going to be an almost picture-perfect day with sunny skies, dry air and highs in the mid-80s. The only issue will be an Air Quality Alert because of expected higher than normal ozone levels.
What’s left of Ian is now an area of low pressure that will continue its northward movement and resulting in heavy rain for much of the northeast. 2-4″ of rain is possible in areas of the Western North Carolina and the Appalacians. Some areas could see as much as 6 inches. Limited flash flooding is possible in impacted areas. The finakl advisory by the National Hurricane Center shows 35mph sustained winds as this area will bring rain to the region for the next several days.
Make sure you have our Hurricane Tracker App for updates on this system and others that form in the tropics.
We get to keep this fantastic fall weather throughout the 10-day forecast!