Few showers overnight as front moves through
We’ll see increasing sunshine on Labor Day
We’re watching a slow-moving cold front that is expected to pass through out area tonight. Ahead of the front there have been a few stray showers to the west that will continue this evening. As the front approaches Sunday night, it runs into fairly dry air. The best chance for any substantial coverage of showers will be in the mountains overnight, but a few showers could make their way to the east.
Most will likely stay dry into Labor Day and those that do see rain won’t see much.
LABOR DAY MONDAY
Monday morning, the front will continue crossing the area with a few leftover showers possible around/before sunrise. By the afternoon, we anticipate increasingly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the mid 80s. The wind shift from the northwest behind the front should also take the humidity levels back down briefly which will lead to another cool night of lows in the 50s Monday night.
REST OF THE WEEK
The week begins sunny but we will once again follow another cold front entering the region by mid-week. This too appears to be a relatively dry front that will offer nothing more than added clouds and a stray shower.
Temperatures drop from the mid-80s ahead of the front to the low-80s by the end of the week.