We’re waking up with mild and muggy conditions on Tuesday, and expect this to continue through the day. We will be much warmer than yesterday, with more sunshine, but it will be very muggy today. Highs will rise to the upper 80s and low 90s. Rain chances look very low, with mid-level high pressure in control. But, a very isolated, pop-up shower can’t be ruled out.
The middle of the work week looks to feature more of the same, with warming temperatures into the low 90s, and very low rain chances (below 20%) through Thursday. It will be humid too, so it will feel a little warmer during the afternoons so be careful if you’ll be outside for any length of time.
The upper level ridge that will keep us dry through midweek will start to break down, and a trough of low pressure slides east by Friday. This will increase our rain chances going into the weekend. It won’t be a complete washout, but rain chances will go up, so be alert.
The early indications are that the Labor Day forecast is looking mostly dry, and a bit cooler. But we’re 6 days out from that so things could change…stay tuned.
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