STAYING WARM & UNSETTLED
A weak disturbance continues to push through this afternoon, popping up some isolated thunderstorms from time to time. Any storms produce locally heavy downpours. The shower and thunderstorm threat fades through the evening hours, but a few can’t be discounted through the overnight period. Some patchy areas of fog could form late, mainly in locations that get a good drenching. Lows are muggy and mild yet again, in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
STORMY FOR LABOR DAY
Labor Day is still warm and unsettled. A cold front approaching the area returns the shower and thunderstorm chance, especially during the afternoon. As expected since the end of last week, it won’t be a washout. Just be ready to move plans indoors if some thunderstorms pop up in your neighborhood. Highs only reach the middle 80s with added clouds and thunderstorm activity. The front is slow to cross the region, so expect showers and thunderstorms to linger through the overnight period too.
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. A little more sunshine works in Wednesday. High temperatures both days reach the upper 70s. Thursday through Saturday are just as nice, with temperatures slightly warming. Expect readings at the 80 degree mark, rising into the lower 80s by Saturday. The humidity rises a bit Saturday, but it shouldn’t be too oppressive. Our next cold front is timed for Sunday, so that will bring our next thunderstorm chance.
Have a great Labor Day!