Sunny and Warm Labor Day Weekend
Most everyone will stay dry for the next 7 days as temperatures slowly return to the mid 90s. Higher humidity will also make a comeback, making things feel more muggy. We’re also keeping a close eye on the tropics as Hurricane Dorian moves toward Florida.
SATURDAY: A beautiful start to the weekend with plenty of sun and temperatures in the low 90s by the afternoon hours. It will feel a little more muggy than the past few days, but it’s still a great day for a cookout or a trip to the pool.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Temperatures will fall into the upper 60s under a mostly clear sky.
SUNDAY-MONDAY: Nice weather continues for Sunday and Labor Day, but temperatures will slowly rise by the beginning of next week. Highs will be in the low 90s with heat index values approaching 100. We can’t rule out a rogue sprinkle, but most everyone will stay dry with plenty of sun.
TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY: Hot weather makes a comeback with highs back into the mid 90s. Heat index values could top 105 in some spots, so make sure to drink plenty of water. There will be lots of sun through the middle of the week with chances for any rain staying very low.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY: Slightly cooler and much more comfortable air returns to the areas with highs near 90 and lower dew point values. Dry and sunny weather will continue for the end of the week.
TROPICS: Hurricane Dorian is expected to impact much of Florida and possibly more of the East Coast by early next week. Dorian will likely continue to strengthen to a Category 4 storm with winds over 130 mph. Fortunately, no impacts are expected in our area, but residents of Florida and nearby coastal states are urged to continue to monitor the situation.
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