Low off the Carolinas will produce locally heavy rain there through this weekend. Showers and storms coming out of the Rockies will hit the upper Midwest.
Map above is for this evening. As explained above...low off SE Coast and in Plains are 2 wet weather makers. Most other places not bad for this...the first day of fall.
Amounts of rain over the next 7 days include over 6" for N.Carolina.
Tropical Storm Ida with 45 mph winds still meandering in Atlantic. Below...her satellite picture...rather healthy.
Canadian model insisting on some sort of tropical system hitting Gulf Coast by Oct. 1st. Below that...the upper air map expected for early next week...which indicates a zonal flow and relatively mild temps.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.