Our weather pattern remains quiet for a few days through the first half of Labor Day weekend.
Humidity continues to lower through Friday and this will make it feel refreshing overnight as low drop to the 50s and 60s.
Highs for Friday reach the mid-80s under full sunshine and still low humidity. A weak cold front will move through Friday night into Saturday, but we're not expecting much other than a sprinkle or spot shower and lowering temperatures.
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Labor Day weekend will be mostly dry, but there is an increased risk for scattered showers as we head into Labor Day. Highs will be in the 70s Saturday with lots of sunshine. High pressure moves offshore and this allows for some clouds to build in from west to east.
A warm front heads our way Sunday into Monday which will be the trigger for the scattered rain. Showers and storms stick around through the Tuesday forecast as a front stalls near us.