Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Glance at Labor Day Weekend

High pressure in Canada is dominating the weather across the Midwest and Great Lakes currently. That trend will continue through Sunday, keeping temperatures in the 70's under plentiful sunshine. The humidity will also remain quite low through Sunday. The high will begin shifting east of the area Sunday, but will still have enough of an influence on the region to keep plenty of sun in the forecast through the entirety of the Labor Day Weekend. In fact, the entire holiday weekend will be dry with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies expected each afternoon.

Temperatures will warm from the upper 70's on Saturday into the lower 80's Sunday and middle 80's on Labor Day itself. It won't be the most ideal weather for swimming on Saturday, but Sunday looks better, and Monday looks perfect as we begin to heat back up. Of course the unofficial end to summer is Labor Day, which is when many pools and water parks close for the season. If you want to take one last dip at the local pool, Monday looks fantastic!

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