Update From Doppler Tim Hedrick
9PM, Friday August 29th, 2014
We'll turn quiet tonight, but very muggy. Rain has moved north, and clouds will clear a bit more overnight with temperatures falling to the low 70s and upper 60s. Tomorrow starts dry with mostly sunny skies and temperatures rising through the 70s. We'll see high heat and humidity once again, so make sure to stay hydrated with water and don't forget the sunscreen! Highs will near 90 again with the chance of hit or miss downpours or storms. More widespread rain arrives overnight, Saturday into Sunday. We'll have scattered showers and a few storms Sunday. If we see more sun on Sunday, we'll have a better chance for more rain and storms to develop Sunday afternoon. Highs will be limited by cloud cover and rain. We'll see the mid 80s. Labor Day won't be a wash-out, but a few downpours or storms are possible. The best chances on Monday will be during the afternoon and evening hours. Highs on Monday will be in the mid 80s.