Tonight: Clear skies with winds around 5 mph from the north. Overnight lows will be in the mid 50s.
Tomorrow: More sunny and dry conditions with high temperatures around 84 degrees. Low humidity remains to allow it to feel comfortable outside during the day.
Beyond: Warm fall-like conditions will persist with high temperatures slightly increasing into the mid-to-upper 80s by next week as a small ridge builds over the area. Dry air will remain for much of the next 7-days. The dry airmass will limit rain chances to zero. Some model guidance is picking up on a cold front moving through the region Friday into Saturday that will cool high temperatures a touch.
Tracking the Tropics: Ian has become a post tropical cyclone as it continues to rain out. Limited flash flooding is possible over parts of the Central Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic through the weekend. The storm made its 1st U.S. landfall on Wednesday near Cayo Costa, FL at 3:05 PM EDT in Southwest Florida. Maximum winds at landfall were measured to be 150 mph. Ian made another landfall in South Carolina on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane bringing heavy rainfall that led to flooding in the state as well as into North Carolina.