Cool Labor Day, then slowly warming
Happy Labor Day! After a gloomy weekend we're finally starting to see some sunshine on Labor Day! That sunshine, or at least a mix of sun and clouds, will stay with us throughout much of the day. Temperatures on Sunday struggled to get out of the 60s for some of you but Labor Day Monday should be a bit warmer with highs this afternoon reaching the low 70s.
There's a nice slow warming trend for the shortened work week with highs on Tuesday getting back to average in the middle 70s then above average for Wednesday through Friday in the upper 70s and low 80s.
Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer and start to fall, but until the dew points really drop it won't feel super fall-like. The dew point the next few days will stay noticeable with dew points in the lower half of the 60s. While not super muggy it's definitely still out there.
There's still a good chance for some nice warming during the first half of September. The latest temperature trend for September 12-18 shows a 60% chance for above-average temperatures. Average highs during this time period are in the mid 70s so at least some upper 70s if not 80s can be expected.
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