The refreshingly cool couple days we’ve recently enjoyed will begin to give way to moderating temperatures today. Humidity levels will remain pleasant and it’ll be a great Labor Day weekend to spend time outdoors. Highs will top out around 80 today and into the middle 80s Sunday. Labor Day will feature the mercury climbing closer to the 90 degree mark. – Fitting, I suppose, for the unofficial end to summer.
Humidity levels will be on the uptick come Monday evening and Tuesday as Gulf moisture is transported northward.
It’ll be a downright hot week, as well. Temperatures will top out around 90 through the end of the short work week.
As we rumble into next weekend and the following week indications continue to point towards wetter and cooler times.
After a dry week ahead, rain and storms will come with that increased humidity next weekend.
Early numbers off the press suggest 1″-2″ rains possible next weekend.
The increased rain and storm chances signal another shift in the pattern towards a cooler one just beyond the Day 10 period. From experience, I would look for this trough around mid month to trend deeper (more significant) as time draws closer.
It’s possible the first push of widespread 40s loom around the middle of the month. Time will tell…