Tonight: A couple of showers are possible overnight and early Monday morning. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with lows in the low and mid 70s. Some areas of patchy fog are possible.
Labor Day: Passing showers and isolated storms at times during the day. There should be dry time in the mix, as well. Rain will start in the southwest zones and move to the northeast. Partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies and rain chances will keep high temperatures in the mid 80s for most spots, but some areas may warm into the upper 80s.
Tuesday: Scattered to possibly numerous showers and isolated storms are possible. Rain coverage could be a touch lower, and this should help us warm into the mid and upper 80s.
Wednesday – Friday: Rain chances will begin to come back up as another disturbance moves into the region. Best chance for widespread rain looks to be Thursday and Friday. For now, we will keep rain chance around 60 to 70 percent, but expect some changes to the forecast.
Weekend: As of now, the weekend looks to be rainy at times at least for the first half. Look for changes in the forecast as we get closer. Seven-day rain totals will be around 1 to 3 inches with locally higher amounts expected.
Tracking the Tropics: Danielle is a hurricane in the open Atlantic. It may accelerate out to sea toward the UK and Europe if it holds together. Additionally, Earl is impacting portions of the Caribbean islands, including Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and Leeward Islands. It will curve out into the Atlantic and is forecast to become a major hurricane.