Sep 5, 2015 5:40 PM
High pressure remains in control for the long weekend but it will eventually slip off the east coast. Until then, we’ll have sun-filled days with less humid air and considerably cooler for the overnight.
Come Sunday a warmer wind from the SW will begin to take over. Highs will climb into the mid-80s with plenty of sunshine. Some areas will reach the upper 80s and keeping things coolest at the coast.
This warming trend will continue right into next week. Highs will climb to the 90-plus region on Labor Day and the humidity will be back. That will be the pattern until at least the middle of next week, with the chance of a pop-up thunderstorm on Tuesday.
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