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Sunnier, warmer days coming later in the week

Overnight lows in middle to upper 50s

It gets warmer later this week, but wet weather arrives before it does.

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Showers, which are the remnants of Gordon, continue to migrate northward, Sunday evening and Sunday night. Be careful on wet roads while celebrating the start of Rosh Hashanah. Overnight lows will be in the middle and upper 50s.

Monday forecast

Monday will be cloudy and rainy, especially in the morning. Temperatures will be in the middle 60s most of the afternoon. Good day for indoor recess for students.

This week's forecast

Tuesday and the rest of the week will be sunnier and warmer. Tuesday will have daytime temps in the middle and upper 70s. Wednesday will be sunny with highs near 80 degrees. Thursday, Friday and the weekend will be mostly sunny and much warmer with afternoon temps in the low and middle 80s.

Three Tropical Systems

Remember, this time of year (early September) is the most active time for tropical storms and hurricanes. We have three tropical systems spinning in the Atlantic; Florence, Helene and Isaac. By the end of the week, Florence will be a significant threat to North Carolina, Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic, including Washington, DC.

Local 4Casters weather app:

Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app. Just go to your app store and search for "WDIV." Our local radar pops up as soon as you open the app. It is the perfect resource for traveling because you have the power to monitor 4 Live Radar anywhere in the nation.

Also, download our FREE Storm Pins app so you can take and share weather photos and videos. Just pin Storm Pins to a map so the Local4Casters can share them and give you a TV shoutout. Feel free to share pictures and clips with other Storm Pins users, too.

The FREE Local4Casters Weather and Storm Pins apps are the perfect way to make weather more social.

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