AUGUST PRECIPITATION: 2.60"
FRIDAY SUNRISE: 6:33 AM
FRIDAY SUNSET: 7:49 PM
Weak high pressure slowly sliding away from us today and tonight will allow a weakening cold front and area of low pressure to the northwest to inch in and provide more clouds later today to the sky and eventually increase the threat of some rain and a few storms late tonight and even more so on Saturday unfortunately. I don't think Saturday will be a washout, but there should be a decent amount of shower activity around with a few storms too. So if you have outdoor plans have an umbrella handy and a backup plan ready too. Humidity levels will remain high today and right through the holiday weekend with temperatures also staying above average during the period. Scattered showers and storms will continue to be around for Sunday and especially Monday, as a strong cold front will likely push in to end the holiday weekend. With the strong cold front moving in and a fairly intense area of low pressure moving close by on Monday the chances for at least a few nasty storms will probably exist on our Labor Day. Stay tuned for updates over the weekend on the severe weather potential to end the holiday weekend. If we don't get much sun out Monday the chances for severe weather will be much lower come Monday. We'll see...High temperatures today through the holiday weekend should be within a couple degrees of 85 with limited sun expected too. Behind the Labor Day cold front, it will turn much cooler and windy with a more seasonable feel and maybe even a lake effect shower or two by next Tuesday, followed by a strong area of high pressure and lots of sunshine on Wednesday.
TODAY: In and out sunshine, warm and muggy with a spotty afternoon and/or evening shower/storm or two possible, but it should remain mainly dry.
TONIGHT: Mainly clear, mild and muggy with areas of fog developing.
SATURDAY: Breezy and steamy with scattered showers and storms likely to be around, especially during the afternoon.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny and warm, just a stray storm or two.