A cold front will move through on Saturday and clear the coast by Sunday morning. The models have been consistent with the timing and features of this frontal passage.
Thunderstorms and showers will precede the frontal passage, most likely occurring late Saturday afternoon and evening. It will be very warm humid on Saturday with highs near 87.
Skies clear for a beautiful Sunday, with fair skies, lower humidity, and cooler temperatures with a high near 79.
The sun should break through later this morning. Temps should rise into the high 80s with dewpoints near 69 or 70.
A very summer-like day for the first day of September.
A chance of widely scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon– the NAM based HRRR predicts these storms to be much more widely scattered and less organized than yesterday’s storms.
Most areas may not see any rain today.
Best chance of showers and thunderstorms today, Sunday, will be starting around 4 to 6 PM according to the GFS LAMP and between 6 and 8 PM according to the HRRR.
The big change will be in the dewpoints. Expect some sun both Saturday and Sunday. Still unclear how much rain we’ll see