It will be damp and dreary Saturday, which is also the first day of winter.
Warmer weather will accompany the soggy forecast with temperatures climbing into the 70s.
The heaviest rain will hold off until Sunday with temperatures once again climbing past the 70-degree mark.
A few rumbles of thunder will also be heard during the day Sunday.
Rain will persist through Sunday night before tapering off Monday morning. Cooler weather will also move in for the start of the first week of winter with high temperatures in the 50s.
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On the surface, climate change is taking its toll on the environment itself with rising temperatures, disappearing coastlines and destroyed ecosystems.
With warm air set to make a comeback this week across the midwestern and northeastern United States, it may take until the end of October for cool weather to finally get the upper hand.
Much-needed rain and cooler air is set to descend over California later this week, but the pattern change may come with some setbacks for fire-ravaged areas.
Regardless of whether the Atlantic Basin’s next tropical depression forms by midweek, downpours will stream from the northern Caribbean to Bermuda through Tuesday.
At least 34 people have been killed in wildfires scorching Portugal and Spain, according to government officials.
Despite no longer being a hurricane, Ophelia turned deadly and continues to batter Ireland and the United Kingdom with destructive winds and dangerous seas.
Tropical Storm Lan is expected to strengthen this week before threatening Japan this weekend and early next week.
A snow-filled winter is in store for much of eastern Canada as storms frequent some of the country’s most populated cities.