A stray shower is possible tonight and overnight, but the chance of precipitation is limited in most areas.
“An isolated shower or t-storm is not out of the question ahead of a front that is moving in on Labor Day,” said Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs.
A southeast-bound cold front will begin to move through the area Monday, dropping high temperatures to the mid 80s and bringing the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms. To the north of our area, rain could move in as early as before sunrise, but showers and storms will approach to the south later in the day.
Conditions should dry out by the evening, with cooler and more comfortable conditions rolling in after the front. Highs during the day will reach into the mid-80s.
Tuesday will be less hot and humid, with high in the mid-70s expected.
A lot of sun should be in our area for the rest of the workweek according to Vrydagh’s outlook for the week. Temperatures will creep back up past 80 degrees by Friday, but fortunately humidity will remain at a comfortable level, Vrydaghs said.