Rain Chances Dwindle, Less Humidity
Dorian could bring rain for Labor Day
A weak cold front will move through Wednesday kicking up showers and thunderstorms out ahead of it, but skies should clear by the afternoon. High pressure will set up shop in its wake bringing drier and less humid conditions for Thursday and Friday.
Expecting tropical moisture to pump in for the weekend so adding a chance of isolated showers back into the forecast.
Speaking of the tropics, we’re keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Dorian that is expected to make landfall near southeast Florida sometime late this weekend. Depending on his path, Dorian could bring rain to our area for Labor Day.
As for temperatures, we should stay around seasonal for our highs (upper 80s-low 90s) and lows (upper 60s-low 70s) through the weekend if not beyond.
-Meteorologist Miller Robson
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