A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are moving through this evening. While the activity won’t be widespread nor likely severe, any storms that do form could possibly lead to some localized flooding. At the same time, many of us are staying dry this evening. Temperatures are warm and it is still feeling muggy out there.
Tonight will feature mostly cloudy skies with the chance of a shower or two. Similar to this morning, we could also develop some patchy fog late. Lows tonight will be in the low 60s.
The First Warning forecast team continues to watch the important Labor Day weekend forecast. Overall, the weekend looks good. Weak High pressure builds in Friday, which will keep up mostly dry for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Labor Day itself features some possible storms as a frontal system moves in.
After the showers and storms end on Labor Day, much cooler and drier air will settle in Tuesday and Wednesday.