STORM TEAM 11
The rainmaker from this morning has moved away, leaving us with drier conditions this afternoon into early this evening. Temperatures will remain comfortable, with upper 70’s in the Tri-Cities, upper 60’s to low 70’s in the mountains.
A rain threat returns tonight with another round of scattered showers and a few storms as a cold front moves into the region. Look for a few heavy downpours into the early morning hours of Wednesday.
Scattered showers will be around early Wednesday, followed by a quick surge in dry air during the afternoon which means plenty of afternoon sunshine. Weather conditions will be ideal through the rest of the week with sunny and warm days, while nights will be clear and chilly.
Labor Day Weekend
The weekend is looking really nice as we kick-off the last unofficial summer weekend. A warming trend will offer ideal summer conditions through the holiday weekend, while the rain threat will be limited, with isolated showers Sunday and Monday.
A great way to track those summer showers and storms and more importantly stay weather aware is by downloading our WJHL Radar App