More of the same with highs in the upper 80s and a passing shower or thunderstorm possible as we close the work week and start the holiday weekend.
High pressure is being stubborn and hanging out across the East Coast and continues to provide us with enough moisture to get afternoon pop-up thunderstorms. For Friday, the main area will be across our southwestern counties for those showers and thunderstorms.
Not much changing for your Labor Day Weekend. Temperatures return back into the lower 90s, which is near average for the end of August and a stray shower or storm is still possible.
In contrast, August as a whole has been below average with above average rainfall as well.
The focus next week will be a tropical disturbance near the isle of Hispaniola. The current track puts in near Florida next week with a very low chance of becoming anything of substance right now, but as always we are watching it closely. Right now, all it looks to do is increase our rain chances here in the valley.