A high pressure system will continue to bring 0% rain chances and comfortable humidity levels into Monday night. Humidity levels will begin to creep up Tuesday - and set the stage for the return of shower and thundershower chances later in the week.
MONDAY NIGHT FORECAST: Isolated fog may form late, otherwise expect continued mostly clear skies and 0% rain chances. Temperatures will dip to lows mainly in the lower and mid 60s inland and upper 60s and lower 70s near the coast.
TUESDAY FORECAST: Expect partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the 80s. Light southwesterly breezes will gradually boost humidity levels as the day progresses but rain chances will likely remain low - less than 10% on the day.
EXTENDED FORECAST HIGHLIGHTS: A storm system will utilize the resurgent humidity to bring 20 - 40% chances back for Wednesday through Friday. Labor Day weekend rain chances: near 20%. Highest high: near 90 (Thursday). Most other days: 80s.
TROPICS: The eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean remains cluttered with waves of low pressure and associated clusters of thunderstorms. One or more of these waves may develop into tropical storms within the next one to two weeks.
First Alert Meteorologists Gannon Medwick, Colin Hackman, Eric Davis, and Iisha Scott will keep you updated.
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