As we head into October, the pattern features an increase in showers and storms with a pattern likely to stay unsettled through the first week or so of the new month.
Friday will feature a few more storms going up in the west, but the rest of the state looks to be in pretty good shape for day one of October.
The setup for the later half of the weekend and into next week continues to look pretty damp and could bring quite a bit of rain to our region and much of the eastern half of the country. Scattered showers and storms will increase from west to east here on Saturday, but this isn’t even close to a washout. As a matter of fact, the farther east you live, the better the chance at a mainly dry day. Showers and storms then increase and become more widespread Sunday into Monday.
From there, this upper level system looks to camp out over us or very near us through most of next week. As this happens, something tropical may flare up off the southeastern seaboard with that moisture possible getting entrained into the upper low.