Cooler, comfy and dry for the unofficial last day of summer

NOW: Cooler, comfy and dry for the unofficial last day of summer

Happy Labor Day! This unofficial last day of summer will feel a bit more fall-like than summer-like but actually pretty close to an average early September day. After hitting the 80s on Sunday the temps cool back into the 70s for Labor Day. Expect a good amount of sunshine with a light wind shifting from the northwest to the northeast.

Tuesday will feel more like summer with highs in the middle 80s and a lot of wind gusting to 40 mph. The temps come right back down with highs returning to the 70s for the rest of the shortened work week.

Humidity takes a similar track to the temps with dew points staying comfy in the 50s for Labor Day then becoming pretty humid on Tuesday before dropping again on Wednesday. 

Rain chances stay very low for Labor Day. A decent chance for showers and storms is shaping up for Tuesday as a front will bring with it a chance for rain, mainly in the afternoon. Wednesday overall looks like a dry day with only one weather model showing an evening sprinkle.

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the hour-by-hour forecast and plan out your Labor Day. 

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