On the eve of astronomical fall (real fall began a few weeks ago), we look out across the United States from a satellite orbiting 22,326 miles above the equator and see...not much. It’s boring out there. It’ll stay abnormally warm across most of the country, with rain possible across several regions over the next five days. The heaviest rain will fall in the Plains and Carolinas between now and the weekend. Spots like central Nebraska and the coastal Carolinas could see several inches of rain by early next week.