Hot & Humid For the Labor Day HolidaySeptember 1st, 2013 at 9:00 am by Jeff Edmondson WAVY under Weather
The chances for rainfall across our area are steadily going to increase over the next three days. For today we are looking at a 20% chance for a PM shower or storm. Tomorrow a 40% chance for storms in the afternoon. By Tuesday, when the cold front arrives, storms are likely around midday.
We will see high temperatures close to 92 degrees today with a southwest wind at 10mph. Tomorrow, should be about the same:
It is also the first day of Meteorological Fall. Over the next four weeks you may notice a change in our weather pattern. Remember, in autumn we typically see more cold fronts make it through our area, higher wind speeds and less humidity. Since 1890 there has never been a day with snowfall in September.
September is also a month of peak tropical activity. So far this season is looking quiet with minimal chances for tropical development over the next 5 days.
Enjoy your Holiday Weekend.
-Meteorologist Jeff Edmondson