MIDWEEK T’STORM CHANCE: An approaching cold front gradually brings a return to plenty of clouds and rain chances late in the day on Wednesday. The morning begins with plenty of sunshine before the clouds thicken during the afternoon. As the front gets closer, a few showers and thunderstorms pop up from late afternoon through the evening. It’s a muggy day, with temperatures very warm in the middle to upper 80s. A few showers are expected through the night. Overnight low temperatures fall into the middle to upper 60s.
COOLER/LESS HUMID: In the wake of the cold front, high pressure builds slowly into the region for the first few days of September. After an early morning shower two, Thursday is mainly dry, but plenty of clouds linger. It’s a cooler day, and the humidity levels drop. Expect highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Friday the sunshine is back in full force as the area of high pressure takes full control. Expect cooler temperatures too, in the middle to upper 70s!
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: The Labor Day Weekend forecast is looking great! High pressure remains in control. It is expected to steer a tropical system currently in the Gulf of Mexico well to our southeast. Therefore, expect plenty of sunshine and low humidity levels through the weekend. Temperatures gradually warm. After being near 80 degrees on Saturday, highs Sunday are in the lower to middle 80s. Labor Day features plenty of sunshine, but the humidity returns. Highs are in the middle 80s. Warmth and humidity increase even further Tuesday. Afternoon temperatures are in the upper 80s, and it’s still fairly sunny.
Have a great Wednesday!