Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 12:48PM
Late Summer Warmth Continues
Unseasonably warm weather continues through Friday, before we have a bit of a “market correction” this weekend with noticeably cooler and cloudier conditions. The chance for showers and thundershowers will be going up, mainly for Friday and Saturday. Labor Day looks very nice with a mix of sun and clouds and generally dry weather.
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Hi: 87 Lo: 63
A good deal of sunshine; Isolated PM shower or t-shower; Unseasonably warm; Light north wind
Hi: 85 Lo: 63
Partly sunny & very warm; An afternoon or evening shower or t-shower possible; Light wind
Hi: 78 Lo: 63
Mostly cloudy; Scattered showers & t-showers; Cooler; Light SE wind
Hi: 78 Lo: 62
Morning cloudiness; Becoming partly sunny for the afternoon; Maybe a shower
Hi: 81 Lo: 61
Partly cloudy & nice for Labor Day; Small risk for a pop-up PM shower
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a PM shower or t-shower; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Wednesday - A good deal of sunshine; Stray PM shower or t-shower; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Late summer warmth will continue to be the weather story today and Friday, before temperatures get knocked back down this weekend. A backdoor cold front sliding southward tomorrow will also boost our chances for afternoon showers and thundershowers.
For the weekend, and easterly low-level wind flow developing behind the front will keep plenty of clouds around. Between the two weekend days, Saturday will have the better chance for showers and thundershowers. The clouds and wind flow change will suppress temperatures noticeably.
The Labor Day holiday looks quite nice, however. Scattered clouds and pleasantly warm temperatures highlight a great day off. Looking ahead, we’ll be warm and mostly dry through the middle of next week. As a point of caution, we have a stray pop-up shower mentioned each afternoon Monday through Wednesday. Don't let that alter your outdoor plans, however, as dry hours will dominate.
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