We’re still tracking very summer-like weather. High temperatures will hold onto the lower and middle 90s through Sunday. Mostly sunny skies continue to dominate our forecast through this stretch, too. In fact, breezy south winds are the main culprit as to why we’ve been so warm and humid since Monday. The warmer, more summer-like air from the Southern Plains has constantly been pumped into our area over the last few days – only fitting leading up to Labor Day, right?
Speaking of – we’re already tracking our next weather-maker and it has it’s eyes set on ruining some outdoor Labor Day plans. That’s right – unfortunately our next best chance for widespread rain moves in by Labor Day (Monday). We’ve been tracking this system for nearly a week now – fair warning to move any penciled plans up a day or two. Saturday and Sunday look great and summer-like – again, highs in the lower 90’s under sticky sun-filled skies.
Have a great day!
– KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert