Forecast from Meteorologist Kirk Clyatt:
High pressure to our north will move offshore for the Labor Day weekend. After the break from the humidity and a drop in temperatures we saw Friday, warm and humid conditions return for the holiday weekend with some hit and miss, mainly afternoon and evening storms. Saturday looks dry for most locations, with highs in the mid 80s and about a 20% chance of showers and a stray t-storm. Temperatures top out in the upper 80s to near 90 to close out the weekend. At this time, storm chances increase for mainly for Sunday and continue into Labor Day Monday.
Saturday: Partly sunny, warm and humid, isolated shower, storm possible, highs 82-87. Sunday: Partly sunny, warm, humid, PM scattered showers and storms, highs 85-90. Labor Day Monday: Sun and clouds, scattered showers and storms, humid, highs 85-90. Tuesday: Partly sunny, warm, humid, few scattered storms, highs, HOT, 85-90. Wednesday: Partly sunny, warm, highs 84-89.