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The northern remnants of Tropical Cyclone Ian are anticipated to continue moving forward into Saturday morning.

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After dawn on Saturday, the torrential rain will gradually turn into sporadic showers.

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It is likely that when Tropical Cyclone Ian's remnants travel up into Virginia, the Carolinas will become considerably rainier.

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Most of tonight's showers will be light, but there may be a few stronger downpours, and winds might gust as high as 40 mph at times.

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There may be a few lingering showers in the early hours of Saturday. Highs on Saturday will range from the middle 60s in the piedmont to the 50s in the mountains.

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The sky should progressively clear during the day, with highs on Sunday in the mid-60s and a possibility of a few scattered showers.

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As the work week kicks off on Monday, we could have a few sporadic showers. Highs on Monday will be in the upper 60s with a somewhat cloudy afternoon.

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Tuesday will mark the start of a high-pressure system building over the Southeast.

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On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday-expect mostly sunny skies, less humidity, and temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

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The most recent tropical report indicates that Tropical Cyclone Ian's remnants are steadily heading north over the Carolinas.

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We may anticipate sustained gusts of more than 40 mph on Friday night and into Saturday morning, accompanied by a lot of rain and the possibility of flooding.