(WVUE) - Mostly sunny and dry conditions will continue through the Labor Day. Highs will be near normal around the 90-degree mark. Gulf moisture will slowly increase on Labor Day allowing a few storms during the afternoon. I feel any storms will be the exception as many will stay dry.
Rain chances will increase Tuesday and Wednesday as moisture increases ahead of a cold front. The front will push through by Thursday morning bringing lower humidity and temperatures. Overnight lows could hit the upper 50's on the North Shore and upper 60's on the South Shore for the end of the week.
Major Hurricane Irma is churning out in the Atlantic and warrants watching as we head into next week. At this time, it is too early to determine if there will be any U.S. impacts, FOX 8 will keep you updated.
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