Warm and dry through Friday, with a few storms for Labor Day Weekend

Still hot, but less humid through the rest of the work week!
Published: Aug. 30, 2022 at 5:32 PM EDT
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Still hot, but less humid through the rest of the work week!

Few showers and storms possible for our Labor Day weekend...

  • Lots of sunshine in the forecast this week
  • Few storms possible during the three-day weekend
  • Next best chance of rain: Next Tuesday

It was an active afternoon and evening across the Carolinas as a line of showers and storms moved through the region ahead of our next cold front. Outside of a few lingering showers for the late evening hours, most of the storms have weakened and pushed to our east.

Labor Day Weekend
Labor Day Weekend(WBTV)

The aforementioned cold front will be to our southeast by Wednesday with high pressure taking control over our forecast pattern through the rest of the week. Anticipate much drier, less humid conditions to work in as a result! Although it will feel more comfortable outside, it will still be hot. Afternoon high temperatures will reach right around the 90-degree mark each afternoon. At least mornings in the mid 60s will feel refreshing Thursday and Friday!

Labor Day Weekend Outlook: The humidity and our rain chances will uptick slightly for the upcoming three-day weekend. Fortunately, it isn’t looking like a washout and many will stay dry for those outdoor and travel plans. Stay tuned for frequent forecast updates, though, as we get closer.

Tropical Update: We have no organized tropical activity as of this writing, yet there are a few weather disturbances that have a chance of taking on more tropical characteristics this week. One system is expected to take on tropical characteristics as we approach the weekend.

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Enjoy the rest of your week!

Meteorologist Jason Myers