Good Sunday to one and all. The first half of Labor Day Weekend was very wet and very cool, but things should finish up on a better note. That “better note” won’t last very long with another fall cold front blasting the region on Tuesday.
Highs out there today are in the low and middle 70s with partly cloudy skies. I can’t rule out isolated showers and storms going up:
Highs on Labor Day will be in the upper 70s to near 80 with a slight chance for a shower going up. Winds will be gusty ahead of our next big front arriving on Tuesday. Showers and storms increase with this system, and may linger into Wednesday and Thursday:
The air behind this front keeps our temps WAY below normal through the week into the weekend:
Highs are generally in the 60s with lows in the 40s. That’s insane and awesome all at once. 🙂
Hurricane Irma is a beast out in the Atlantic and continues to look like a threat to the east coast next weekend or early the following week. Here’s the latest from the NHC:
The GFS continues to bring a monster hurricane into the mid-atlantic:
Have a great Sunday and take care.