Temperatures stay hot for Labor Day with plenty of sunshine
Highs will reach the low to mid 90s for most of the workweek.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Following a comfortable end to the week and start to the weekend, temperatures began to ramp back up Sunday and will continue into this week.
- Labor Day: Nice and sunny, hot
- This Week: A lot of sunshine and above-average temperatures
- Late Week: Rain chances return
Labor Day will continue our stretch of sunshine and nice weather, but temperatures will continue to climb as well. Highs will top out in the mid-90s with an abundance of sunshine, with a few fair-weather cumulus clouds moving in during the afternoon/evening.
Through midweek, the weather will remain quiet, but we will start to see some rain chances returning by the end of the week and continuing into the weekend.
Heat will be the big story as we move through the next several days with highs climbing into the mid-90s and heat index values climbing into the upper 90s and even the triple-digits for some.
We are heading into the peak of hurricane season, and we are tracking a few areas of activity across the Atlantic. Impacts to the U.S. are not expected over the next week or so. Stay tuned for updates.
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Have a great Labor Day!
- Meteorologist Eric Garlick
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