Star’s First Alert Forecast: Labor Day Forecast
Sunny and dry for a few more days
Forecast Discussion: The comfortable temperatures and humidity will start to slip from our grasp as we head through Labor Day weekend. Humidity will start to increase as a weak front tries to approach the area from the northwest this weekend. We will likely dodge most of the rain showers associated with this incoming system. We’ll be back to normal summer time humidity by Monday and Tuesday ahead of showers and storms that are set to arrive Wednesday.
Tropical Update: Larry is currently a category 1 hurricane and is forecast to gradually intensify over the next several days. The National Hurricane Center is expecting Larry to become a major hurricane by Saturday morning. Larry will stay north of the Leeward Islands, curving northwestward towards Bermuda this weekend. We are also monitoring a disturbance in the Gulf but no immediate concerns.
Mostly clear and comfortably cool. Lows will dip to the low 60s. Wind: N 5.
Sunny and great. High of 82. Wind: N 5.
Sunny and a little humid. High of 84. Wind: S 5-10.
Mostly sunny and warm. High of 89. Wind: W 10.