A touch cooler and drier today but the heat and humidity are just around the corner.
A warm start to the morning with some patchy fog, mainly where the rain fell yesterday evening. A cold front has pushed south of the Tri-State and today, high pressure will build in from the Great Lakes giving us partly cloudy skies and taking the bite out of high humidity values.
We'll still have a muggy start but slightly drier air will move in during the afternoon. The heat and higher humidity will return tomorrow and build into the Labor Day holiday weekend.
We'll stay fairly dry from rain through much of Saturday but scattered rain and storms are in the forecast for Sunday as another system approaches the Tri-State and washes out nearby. Regardless, there will be a 50% chance for precipitation early, dropping to 30% by the evening. As of now, the fireworks forecast looks okay for Riverfest.
Sun to partly cloudy
Mostly sunny & warmer
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