We are located right on the edge of the upper level flow which means a few disturbances will rotate in and may help to trigger a few showers and thunderstorms but chances are not all that impressive. Right now a short wave is moving in from the northwest producing a line of showers and storms but they are weakening as they drop south. There is only an isolated threat for the activity to hold together overnight. Best chance for the showers and storms to live will be in our northern counties. Lows tonight will be warmer in the mid to upper 60s than this morning.
MAINLY WARM & HUMID
Tuesday will be mainly a day with warm temperatures and you’ll notice the humidity more. There is a chance for a stray shower or thunderstorm to develop in the afternoon. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.
WEAK FRONT WEDNESDAY
A cold front dropping in Wednesday may trigger a few showers and storms but the front is not looking all that impressive. In fact, temperatures will still be warm as the airmass behind the front taps in on the hot heat to our west. Highs midweek will be in the mid to upper 80s.
HEADING TO THE HOLIDAY
Thursday and Friday we get a bit of a break from the humidity although it will be nice and warm with highs above average in the mid 80s. Heading into the last day of August, we bump up the temps to the upper 80s Saturday and by Sunday we are feeling the humidity return. There may be a stray shower or storm Sunday but a better chance on Labor Day as the next front crosses the area.
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MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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