COOLER/LESS HUMID: In the wake of last night’s cold front, high pressure builds slowly into the region for the first few days of September. After morning showers come to an end, Thursday sees gradual afternoon clearing. It’s a cooler day, and the humidity levels drop gradually through the afternoon and evening. 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! The humidity levels are very comfortable!
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: The Labor Day Weekend forecast is looking great overall, but we’ll be watching for a potential bump in the road as Tropical Storm Hermine passes nearby. High pressure remains in control, and is expected to win out in steering the tropical system to our southeast. Therefore, expect plenty of sunshine and low humidity levels Saturday. Some high clouds are likely during the afternoon and late day hours as we monitor the track of Hermine. Temperatures are near 80 degrees on Saturday and Sunday. Sunday is the day we watch for some potential showers clipping the region from the system. Rain concerns are gone, and sunshine is back on Labor Day! Highs are in the middle 80s, and the humidity levels tick up a bit.
WARMING UP: Warmth and humidity increase even further Tuesday. Afternoon temperatures are in the upper 80s, and it’s still fairly sunny. Wednesday the sunshine and humidity continue. Temperatures push 90 degrees.
Have a great Thursday!