Labor Day heat and isolated showers

Tracking Tuesday storms then drying out

Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer, will be a warm one with only an isolated chance of showers.

But we're tracking storms that could pack a good punch here in the Tri-State as you head back to work and school Tuesday.

A strong cold front is advancing out of the Plains with a line of storms heading through the Midwest.

We are no longer in a widespread Slight Risk for severe storms, however, there could be an isolated cell that produces gusty winds and large hail so keep that in mind as storms develop.

We'll see off and on thunderstorms develop through the evening, overnight and again tomorrow afternoon as the front passes through.

Beyond that, temperatures spike to near 90 by the end of the week. It looks as if summer is still hanging on.


Partly sunny

Chance of storms (50%)

High 87


Mostly Cloudy

Overnight storms

Low  71


Chance of rain & storms

Otherwise mostly cloudy

High 84

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