Labor Day may have come and gone, but we still have a few weeks left of the official summer. The next few days will remind you of that as warm and relatively humid conditions will persist before we see a cooldown this weekend.
A weak cool front will keep the chance of scattered showers and storms in the forecast this afternoon. However, those chances are low and generally sunny, warm conditions are expected.
High pressure will move in for a couple of days beginning tomorrow. Tuesday and Wednesday will see a good amount of sunshine (less on Wednesday), but it will be rather warm and humid for this time of year. Scattered afternoon showers and storms are possible each day, with Wednesday having the higher probability.
Our next cold front moves through Thursday night. Temps will still remain on the warm side but cloud cover will build through the day. You can expect afternoon showers and storms that will last into the evening.
Behind the frontal passage we are looking at much cooler temps invading the region. High pressure to our north will have us seeing high temperatures that are a good 8-10 degrees cooler than what we'll see early on in the week. In addition, it looks like we'll see plenty of sunshine. The weekend looks pretty sweet!