STAYING WARM & UNSETTLED
The warm and humid flow continues across the region, and sticks with us through the weekend. An upper level disturbance will be dropping down from the north too, and this returns the shower and storm chance. In the meantime, through tonight expect skies to remain mostly clear. Some patchy areas of fog likely develop once again. Lows are in the middle to upper 60s to near 70 degrees. The disturbance previously mentioned crosses our region Saturday, so expect an isolated shower and thunderstorm chance through the afternoon and early evening. Highs reach the middle to upper 80s. Sunday looks like a repeat, with more widespread storm coverage. The day won’t be a washout, and there will still be dry time.
WARM & STICKY LABOR DAY
Don’t expect much change into the extended weekend. Labor Day is still warm and unsettled. A cold front approaching the area returns the shower and thunderstorm chance, especially during the afternoon. Be ready for the possibility of moving any plans indoors with passing storms. Highs only reach the lower to middle 80s with added clouds and thunderstorm activity.
COOLER & MORE COMFY
Monday’s cold front cools us off Tuesday and eliminates the humidity. Tuesday there’s going to be a mixture of clouds and sunshine, with highs in the upper 70s. By Wednesday, it’s middle to upper 70s, with the cool mornings returning. There is some indication a second push of colder air tries to make a brief visit at the end of next week. For now, through Thursday and Friday expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the middle to upper 70s.
Have a great weekend!