Are you ready for more showers and storms? A cold front is coming tomorrow.
Meanwhile, we'll stay dry and hot for your Tuesday forecast. Temperatures only fall to the upper 60s by daybreak under partly cloudy skies. Highs are expected in the upper 80s with mostly sunny skies throughout the day. The biggest difference in today's forecast is a drop in humidity and no rain in the forecast.
Now, back to when you'll need to get out your umbrella.
A weak cold front will push through the Tri-State late Wednesday into Thursday and this opens the door for much drier air that will last through Labor Day weekend. We will see scattered rain as the front rolls through during the afternoon and evening hours on Wednesday. This means spotty storms will be possible for after school activities, the drive home and continuing through sunset.
Behind the cold front, highs will even fall to 80 on Thursday and 79 on Friday. And don't worry about "sticky" weather, it's gone!
As for the Labor Day weekend, it's wall to wall sunshine with seasonal highs in the low to mid 80s. The humidity won't be an issue until Sunday when it gets muggy again. Monday looks good too but a bit more on the hot side.
Not as humid
Scattered storms in afternoon/evening
A few showers
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