Cloudy skies throughout the day has kept temperatures down over much of the area but the humidity is up. There are some isolated showers in the central part of the state which could drift over, but all in all a dry evening is on tap before a bulk of the moisture comes later this holiday weekend.
Much of the same weather Saturday will also be present Sunday, with mostly cloudy skies and scattered storms. Highs Sunday will be in the mid-80's and lows will dip into the lower 70's. Labor Day will still remain unsettled, with our best chance at seeing some thunderstorms. Some of those storms could be strong to severe, as a cold front pushes through. Even with a cold front nearby, highs on Monday will top out in the upper 80's, with some areas hitting 90-degrees. There are some models who indicate that the cold front will not be through the area on Tuesday before we reach a high temperature. However, this forecast does indicate that the cold front will pass through sometime on Tuesday, even with a few linger showers or rumbles of thunder. By Wednesday though, everyone is in agreement that the front will pass leaving us will a brilliant end of the week, with mostly sunny skies, lower humidity and comfortable temperatures. Highs through the end of the week will top out around 80-degrees with lows in the lower 60's.