Fog, heat, humidity, gusty winds, strong storms, and chilly air

NOW: Fog, heat, humidity, gusty winds, strong storms, and chilly air


Sunday, September 1st, 2019

Dry weather is expected for tonight, Labor Day and much of Tuesday. There will be a fair amount of cloud cover during this time, but at least some sunshine is likely. Areas of dense fog are possible tonight, followed by quiet weather into Tuesday evening.

Temps will rise into the upper 70s on Labor Day, and mid-80s Tuesday courtesy of blustery southerly winds. There will also be a noticeable uptick in humidity, especially Tuesday. By 6-8 PM Tuesday, the chance of showers and thunderstorms rises as a strong cold front approaches. Depending on when the storms move in, we could see a chance of severe weather.

Behind that front will be a much cooler and fall-like air mass with daily highs in the upper 60s to middle 70s. Lows will range from the upper 40s to middle 50s beginning Wednesday night. Fortunately, there are really no legitimate rain or storm chances beyond Tuesday night!

Tonight: Partly cloudy, areas of dense fog possible, low of 59.

Labor Day Monday: Partly cloudy, high of 78.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, windy, chance of evening storms, high of 84.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, dangerous swimming conditions, high of 68.

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