Forecast from Norm Sprouse:
The area of high pressure, combined with a complex low over the Great Lakes, means hot weather. After a high Sunday in C'ville of 91, we have a real chance for a late season heat wave ... three days in a row of a high of 90 or more ... after going through August with temperatures that averaged two degrees below normal.
Labor Day/Today: Sun and clouds, a few scattered showers and storms remain, humid, highs 88-91. Tuesday: Partly sunny, warm, humid, few scattered storms, highs, HOT, a rare September 'heat wave'? - 88-93 for the high. Wednesday: Partly sunny, warm, highs 84-89.
This is the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, thankfully this year, so far, has been a quiet season although we are watching an area that may affect Mexico eventually becoming Topical Storm Dolly.