A weak cold front is crossing the state, and it may trigger isolated showers for areas E. of I-65 later this afternoon. Otherwise, expect nice weather for this Labor Day holiday with near average highs in the Mid-upper 80s and muggy conditions.
Patchy dense fog is possible overnight through Tuesday morning. So, you may want to allow some extra travel time as many of you head back to work for the 1st time this week. Get ready for a HOT Tuesday with highs climbing into the low 90s across the state ahead of a cold front. The actual front arrives on Wednesday, and it’ll bring some spotty showers with it. Yet, in the wake of the front, expect a nice COOLER air mass to settle in. Highs by Thursday will hover around 80°, and lows will drop into the 50s Thursday night. Beautiful weather looks to last until the weekend when another cold front moves in…stay tuned.
**Dorian remains a dangerous hurricane that’s continuously bashing the Northwestern Bahamas due to its very slow movement. It’s expected to eventually take a NW, then Northerly, turn over the next couple of days. However, it’s also expected to remain a major hurricane through Wednesday. Florida’s East Coast can expect (at the very least) Tropical Storm force winds (39-73mph), but hurricane force winds aren’t ruled out. Bands of heavy rain can also be expected at the coast in the coming days…possible up to 10″ in some areas. Dorian threatens the SE Georgia Coast and the Carolinas by the end of the week.