Today: Spotty afternoon storms

Hello September!

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

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