Hard to believe it is that time of year as September starts meteorological fall, but it will still feel like summer for most of this week.
August ended without a 90 degree day which isn’t completely unheard of.
In fact, in the last 30 years, we have had 5 years without a day in August that reached temperatures of 90 degrees. That last year is 2004 and that is the summer when we didn’t have a 90 degree day the entire summer. While we won’t get to 90 degrees today, there will be a couple opportunities where we get close this weekend.
Overall skies will be partly cloudy with the chance of just a few isolated thunderstorms this afternoon.
They will be very spotty but nothing to cancel any plans over. If you do see a storm, it will be a heavy downpour and shouldn’t last very long before it moves on. Most of us though will remain dry throughout the entire day with a high temperature of 87 degrees.
Throughout the rest of the week highs will remain in the 85-90 range all the way through Labor Day with mainly dry conditions. Labor Day itself will feature the passage of a cold front which will bring a round of storms followed with cooler temperatures for the second week of the month.
Sunrise: 7:13 AM Sunset: 8:17 PM
Today: Partly Cloudy – Spot PM Storms… 87
Overnight: Partly Cloudy… 67
Wednesday: Sun & Clouds… 88
Thursday: Mostly Sunny – Warm… 90
Friday: Sun & Clouds – Spot PM Storms… 88
Saturday: Mostly Sunny… 90
Sunday: Mostly Sunny… 90
Monday: Partly Cloudy – Sct. Storms… 86