First Alert in place for returning storm chances over Labor Day weekend
High temperatures will drop into the low to mid 80s by the end of the weekend.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Labor Day weekend is expected to start mostly dry, but a First Alert is in place as scattered showers and storms return on Sunday and Monday.
- Warm, few showers and storms Saturday.
- First Alert: Periods of rain Sunday and Monday.
- Cooler and unsettled at times for the rest of the seven-day forecast.
Labor Day weekend will start off in the upper 60s and temperatures will quickly rebound back into the upper 80s from there. Anticipate partly cloudy skies and a few showers and storms for your Saturday, although many will stay dry.
First Alert: Rain chances will start to pick up late Saturday into Sunday morning and a few showers could impact those early plans.
Although it won’t be raining all day and you should have plenty of time impact-free outdoors, you’ll want to keep the rain gear handy. Especially for those along and west of I-77.
You’ll likely have plenty of impact-free time outdoors but keep the rain gear and WBTV First Alert Weather App handy.
Rain coverage will pick up a bit more for your Labor Day. With mostly cloudy skies, highs will only top out in the low to mid 80s both Sunday and Monday, a trend that will continue through the rest of the seven-day forecast!
Tropical Update: We have our first named hurricane of the season, Danielle, but it won’t be bringing any impacts to the Continental United States! The two additional disturbances being watched by the National Hurricane Center also aren’t expected to impact us here in the Carolinas. Stay tuned for frequent updates as we quickly near the peak of hurricane season!
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Have a great weekend!
- Meteorologist Rachel Coulter
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