STORMS: The upper level energy and surface front have finally caught up to us. After a few days of warmth and spotty storms, today will feature clouds, scattered storms, and temperatures held in the upper 70s and low 80s. Expect on and off rain through the daylight hours today. It will be scattered in nature, but some storms may contain some healthy downpours. The showers should taper after dark leaving us with mostly cloudy skies and mild air as lows dip to the upper 60s.
LATE WEEK: As the weak front rolls through today it will leave us with some clearing skies and slightly drier air for late week. However, we expect the warmth to continue with mostly clear skies on Thursday. A stray shower is possible to the east but most look to stay dry. Friday, it’s warm and partly cloudy. Highs both days are in the middle 80s.
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: We’re scheduled to see a cold front roll through on Monday for Labor Day. But with each model run, we keep seeing smaller lobes of energy backing the rain chances up a few hours. So for Saturday, we’re warm and muggy with highs in the middle 80s. Isolated storms are possible during the day, but most are dry. Sunday we hold the temp forecast, but the chance for rain increases a bit. Again many will be dry for most of the day. Monday however, rain chances look highest.
NEXT WEEK: After the Labor Day rain chances, high pressure will build in keeping us clear and dry for mid-week. Temperatures will dial back into the upper 70s too.
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