Holiday Weekend Rolls On Clouds Today Scattered Showers,
Dry Labor Day Week Ahead Outlook
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Holiday Weekend Rolls On Clouds Today Scattered Showers, Dry Labor Day Week Ahead Outlook
The second and middle day of the holiday weekend was the one day where there were going to be some minor issues and we do have some of those today. Firstly we have clouds around and there are some scattered showers and the occasional rumble of thunder showing up inland. It is going to be that sort of day where skies will be cloudy. Now there could be some brightening or a few breaks of sun in some areas. There will also be some passing scattered showers or the rumble or two of thunder. Temperatures will reach the upper 70s and lower 80s.
We are seeing a warm front moving through the northeast with a cold front that follows tonight with antoher shower or thunderstorm when it goes by and then we will move along to Monday which will be an improvement from today. Look for partly sunny skies with reasonable humidity and highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
The week ahead looks to be a relatively quiet one with one cold front coming through on Wednesday with the chance for showers or a thunderstorm late in the day. Hurricane Larry will pass east of Bermuda by a close distance but not close enough to cause any major issues. Then it turns northeast passing south and east of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. A tropical system in the Caribbean has a chance of developing into a tropical depression or tropical storm in the North Central Gulf midweek but conditions are not overly favorable for development there. That leaves us with a nice day Tuesday with highs into the 80s, that chance of late showers or a thunderstorm Wednesday with highs into the 80s. Then dry weather finishes off the week Thursday and Friday. Highs both days will be in the 70s.
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