Highs today reached 82-88.
It was muggy in the southern 3/4, but the far north (even though it was warmer with more sunshine) was a bit less humid.
Some patchy fog is possible Tuesday. 20-25% then 25-30% coverage of showers/storms Tuesday with clouds/sun & highs 80-86 will give way to 57-63 Tuesday night.
Low humidity & refreshing northeast & east winds will dominate Wednesday-Friday. Lows will run near 51 to 57.
High humidity with southwest winds 10-25 mph. Saturday Sunday will occur. A few storms are possible Sunday as a weak front approaches & washes out over the area.
There is not great confidence on the exact timing of the front, which could mean there are low POPs Saturday &/or Sunday. I am leaning with 30% for Sunday right now.
Labor Day itself looks dry with 80s to near 90 with rather humid conditions.
Another cold front may pop a few storms Wednesday with 80s to 90 with humid conditions.
Meanwhile, a tropical system may hit Texas or the Texas/Louisiana mid-next week.
Around mid-September will feature below normal temperatures.
Explosive wildfire conditions will exist Washington to California.
Our lows will dip into the 40s. 30s for lows with patchy frost are possible in North Dakota to northern Minnesota & parts of interior northern Wisconsin away from Lake Superior.
Tropical focus after September 7 to October will shift to Florida & the East Coast, rather than the central & western Gulf of Mexico & Yucatan.
Temperatures will tend to run above normal in late September.
Temperatures are continuing to trend above in the first week of October.
Rainfall is trending below normal September & October.