Dodging a few rain drops on Labor Day
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- After a GORGEOUS Sunday, the weather turns just a bit more dicey for Labor Day itself. Temperature wise it still stays warm with highs in the lower 80s and there will be some humidity too. Expect the dew point to rise into the low 80s so it will feel a bit more muggy. Tuesday and Wednesday are very comfortable as temperatures drop.
Labor Day will also see more cloud cover than Sunday and a few rain showers or even storms could form out of those clouds. The chance looks very isolated and the majority of us stay dry but a few light showers will be possible. The best time for a few pop up showers is late morning into the early afternoon. Don't cancel plans, but you might want to grab the umbrella if you're going to be out for a long time.
Also enjoy the warmth on Monday because temperatures come tumbling down by Tuesday with highs in the 60s and lows around 50 for the shortened work week. Dare I say Labor Day will be the last 80° of the year? Probably not, but it definitely looks cooler for the rest of September and we only average one 80° day a year in October.
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