Cooler and less humid air on the way

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A cold front passes during the evening, allowing a Canadian area of high pressure to build.






Humidity drops Wednesday night, leaving a comfortable feel for Thursday.

A weak cold front sliding down from the north continues the chance for a few showers and thunderstorms into the early evening hours. Steamy air could fuel an isolated storm that produces gusty winds, otherwise most of the thunderstorm activity will not turn too impressive. Once we progress into the evening hours, the threat subsides. Skies clear quickly. High pressure pushes in cooler and less humid air overnight. Lows fall into the lower to middle 60s.




Canadian high pressure takes control of our weather through the end of the work week. Temperatures are cooler, and there’s plenty of sunshine. Highs are in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees both days. The low humidity ensues.




On Saturday, temperatures should have no problem reaching the middle 80s once the cooler air exits. Expect plenty of humidity too, creating an uncomfortable feel. It’s a mainly dry day, but there’s the chance for a stray thunderstorm. Sunday and Labor Day isolated thunderstorms are possible. Temperatures are hot and humid, in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday our next system approaches. This brings a better chance for thunderstorms with highs falling into the lower to middle 80s by Wednesday.



Have a great night!

-Andrea Michaels