- sunny and low humidity
- dry by friday
- Labor Day weekend regains *some* chance of rain
remaining working days
The high pressure remains stationary for the next few days, keeping it dry and the humidity low. If you have outdoor plans that require rain-free days, the next few days are ideal. High temperatures are maintained almost seasonally in the 80s, and low temperatures mostly hover around the 60s. Sunny skies are expected on Thursday, but clouds will increase throughout the day on Friday.
labor day weekend
At this time, I think it’s a safe bet to plan activities outdoors, but keep an eye on the sky as showers are possible. The front system will be close to our region by Sunday, helping bring showers. The front is likely to stall nearby on Monday, with spotty showers still possible. Temperatures are currently in the 80’s most of the weekend.
Tracking the tropics
The National Hurricane Center monitors three tropical waves moving across the Atlantic Ocean. These systems allow incremental enhancements. Whether or not there will be a named storm in August is close! If August ends on a Wednesday without a single named storm, it will be the first storm-free August since 1997.
Development peaks on September 10th.
Keep track of the latest at the Hurricane Center or the new WDBJ7 Weather Stream.
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