Another hot day with isolated thunderstorms, especially tonight
Labor Day patchy fog holiday weekend
Todd Howell has the latest forecast.
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00:00 I certainly hope you had a wonderful Labor Day Monday
00:03 and -- holiday weekend all the way around warmed up pretty
00:05 nice this Monday mostly -- warm night. We are going to
00:09 see a little bit better chance for spotty storms were turning.
00:11 Later on Tuesday more Mac coming up start out tomorrow morning
00:14 attempt to should be right around seventy degrees some patchy fog
00:18 early. And then as we go to the rest of our
00:19 date Tuesday a few spotty storms possible by late in the
00:23 afternoon. Little bit better chance into the evening. And again it
00:26 looks like spotty coverage coming off the plateau and -- the
00:29 valley late in the day. Highs tomorrow upper eighties to near
00:32 ninety degrees we hit 89 this Labor Day Monday after a
00:36 low of 78. We'll be back down close to seventy degrees
00:39 tonight noticed the averages 86 and 66 up a little warmer
00:44 than average that will continue to be the thing. For the
00:47 upcoming week against spotty storms possible late tomorrow isolated storms Wednesday.
00:51 The going to be mainly dry and hot as we get
00:53 into are thirsty tonight to seventy degrees and tomorrow near --
00:58 spotty storms late for your team.
Today: On & off clouds through the day, with isolated t-storms sparking up this afternoon and becoming more widespread this evening, especially to the north of I-40. Hot & muggy with highs near 90. Chance of rain 50%.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy with lingering t-showers. Low 71. Chance of rain 40%.
Rest of the Week: The week ahead will remain very warm with highs near 90 and a chance for spotty thundershowers each afternoon.
The Weekend Ahead: Another front approaches late Saturday into Sunday with more scattered thundershowers expected to return at that time. Somewhat cooler air should return by early next week.