Good Sunday. We have a lot of changes in the weather headed our way. It culminates with a nice cool down by the end of the week.
Today, Labor Day, and Tuesday we will basically see the status quo. Highs in the upper 80s, lows in the upper 60s, and only a slight chance for a late day shower or storm each day. Humidity will be a little high, but nothing oppressive.
Wednesday, look for a cold front to approach. Ahead of that front we will have scattered showers and storms on and off through the afternoon. That will keep our high a little lower at 86 degrees.
The scattered showers and storms will last through Thursday, and as the front pushes through Thursday afternoon, we will see a line of thunderstorms moving through late in the day. We won't have much of a warm up because of the clouds and rain Thursday. The high will be in the low 80s.
The cooler air will move in behind the front Friday as skies begin to clear. We will get to 81 degrees under partly cloudy skies Friday.
The weekend looks great, especially Saturday. We will start at 63 degrees in the morning and get to 80 with lots of sunshine to top it off.
Sunday will be about as nice, though a few spotty showers could pop up that afternoon.
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8am... Mostly Sunny, 71
Noon... Partly Cloudy, 83
5pm... Stray Storm, 88