Following a soggy Sunday, drier conditions are expected for the start of the work and school week. Towards the end of the week, some tropical moisture could move into the area, bringing another round of showers. Then, drier and much cooler air takes over for the weekend.
Passing showers and thunderstorms are likely across the entire Tri-State on Sunday ahead of a cold front. Once this front crosses the region Sunday night, the upcoming week will start off with a few nice days before rain chances return towards the end, as attention turns to another cold front plus a tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico.
Following a dry stretch, rain chances will be on the increase this weekend, with the best opportunity for area-wide rain on Sunday. However, scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible in some locations on Saturday. By the start of next week, dry weather will return as temperatures fall back near normal.
Despite a cold front crossing Friday, temperatures will continue to remain unseasonably warm over the next couple days. Another cold front that crosses on Sunday will bring a decent shot at widespread rain, then knock readings back down closer to normal for much of the week ahead.
Labor Day may mark the “unofficial” end to summer, but Mother Nature is choosing to let summer roll on through the first full week of September. Technically, the first day of fall does not arrive until September 22.
After a brief reprieve from the summery heat and humidity these past couple days, both will make a return this week and persist through much of it. Any signs of a significant cool-down are continuing to be pushed back and may not arrive until the middle of the month.
Sunshine with dry conditions will continue to be the norm over the next few days as temperatures climb back to a summery level. Eventually, humidity makes a comeback by the end of the week, with increasing chances for showers and thunderstorms.
Weather conditions this Labor Day weekend will be absolutely fantastic as sunshine dominates and humidity stays low. Dry conditions will prevail through much of the week ahead, but towards the end, rain chances will return as humidity creeps back up.
After a dry and pleasant Sunday, rain chances will return for the week ahead, as early as Monday. Humidity surges as well. By the start of Labor Day weekend, drier and less humid air will take hold again.
A cold front that crossed the region on Saturday will usher in much drier air on Sunday, meaning no rain and much lower humidity. However, showers and storms return to the forecast on Monday, with rain chances continuing for the week ahead. Humidity will be on the rise in the days to come as well.
Rain showers associated with the remnants of former Hurricane Laura exit the Tri-State Saturday morning. A cold front arrives for the afternoon, bringing another shot at rain. Behind the front, Sunday will feel absolutely fantastic. However, rain chances will be quick to return in the week ahead.
Heat builds back across the Tri-State through the middle of the upcoming week. Then, the remnants of a tropical system coming from the Gulf of Mexico will need to be watched towards the end of the week.
Another round of scattered showers and storms is expected on Sunday, with a few lingering isolated showers on Monday. Heat will then build during the middle of the week but ultimately will be hampered by another round of showers and storms towards the end of the week.
“Unsettled” weather will continue this weekend in the sense of scattered showers and storms across the Tri-State. However, there will still be plenty of dry hours. By next week, heat becomes the main weather story as 90-degree temperatures return.
After several days with uncomfortably high humidity, less humid conditions will be the norm through the week ahead along with near-average temperatures. While most days will be dry, a few may see rain.
Following an unsettled end to the week, conditions will begin to improve over the next few days. There will still be the opportunity for showers and storms, but they will be mostly isolated in coverage.
Another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected Saturday, with local high water possible due to downpours. After that, the week ahead will see more dry hours than not with only isolated opportunities for showers.
The summer downpour season has been on hold this week save for the far southern Coalfield region and the high country of WV, KY. Now Tony says there is hope that something can break thru the dry air wall.
After a week-long hiatus, the 90s made their return on Sunday and will stick around for the next several days. Rain has also been on hold for many - in fact, over a week in some locations. However, storm chances will also ramp up in the coming days.