Labor Day & This Week’s Cold Front

Current Radar

This Evening – 85° by 7 PM 

Sunset: 7:06 PM 

Once the sun sets and things begin to cool off, any shower activity will dissipate:

While it may not be a crisp September evening, it won’t be too bad. Maybe a bit sticky, but skies should be mostly clear.

Lows overnight will fall to near 70°.

Tuesday – Early Birds: 69°, High: 91°

Sunrise: 6:24 AM

Tomorrow will bring another hot afternoon, as well as another small chance at rain:

While there’s a good chance we will stay dry, that won’ be the case as we head into Wednesday.

Wednesday – Early Birds: 71°, High: 87°

By Wednesday, moisture will take a jump up, and we’ll be looking at a decent chance for storms AHEAD of a cold front projected to pass through late Wednesday into Thursday:

Right now, the severe risk is low. We will keep you updated, but expect storms to be a daily occurrence from Wednesday through the start of the weekend.

Extended: Cold Front = Good Rain Chances Through FRI

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