Weather: Warm, muggy, and occasional rain on Labor Day

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Good afternoon everyone, hope your Labor Day Weekend is going well! Weather-wise it’s been an okay weekend, with a few isolated showers. The trend of warm and muggy conditions with the occasional shower will continue for several days ahead.

Sunday night into Monday we are under partly to mostly cloudy skies, and with a weak stationary front to the north, a few showers overnight are possible. They will not be widespread, but a brief downpour and clap of thunder aren’t out of the question. Overnight lows will only fall to the middle the to upper 60s, and with dewpoints in the upper 60s as well, it will be a muggy night! Given those details, many of us will likely run the air conditioners overnight to help keep the damp feeling out of the air.

We should expect a bit more sunshine for Labor Day, unlike what we saw on Sunday. Additionally, it will be plenty warm, if not hot! Afternoon temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 80s, with feel like temperatures in the lower 90s! Make sure to stay hydrated, and limit long durations in the direct sunlight. An occasional shower or weak afternoon thunderstorm is possible and should be more concentrated across northern communities… near the international border.  

The warm, muggy, and unsettled weather will continue for much of the week ahead. Tuesday and Wednesday will be very similar days, with afternoon highs in the 80s. Thursday a cold front will swing across the region, providing scattered showers. Behind the front, a dry and cool air mass from Canada.

Friday into next weekend will feature another taste of fall, with afternoon highs in the upper 60s to low 70s, and overnight lows in the low to middle 50s.

Have a great night,
-SkyTracker Meteorologist Torrance Gaucher

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