Humid & Warm Labor Day, Dorian Approaches Florida

Mostly sunny skies persist through midweek.


We’ll have another warm one on tap for the start of the workweek Tuesday, as temperatures hang around 90°. Dew points will reach uncomfortable levels in the mid-60s, but they won’t be completely unbearable as they were in July and early August. Rain chances will remain minimal at best for now, but they will increase as Dorian draws closer by the end of the week.

DORIAN UPDATE: After running through the Bahamas as a monster Category 5 storm, Dorian has now weakened slightly as of the latest update, coming in as a high-end Category 4. Despite this weakening, Dorian is still packing 140 MPH winds with higher gusts and should be considered extremely dangerous. There hasn’t been much of a shift in the track over the past day, but the smallest discrepancy in its path could have drastic consequences for the Carolinas. While much of the WCCB viewing area should end up unscathed, we should all remain vigilant (particularly in Anson, Richmond, and Chesterfield counties) for any changes in the forecast in the days to come.

Monday: Warm and sunny. 90s make a return. High 90°. Wind: NE 5-10

Monday Night: Another muggy evening. Low: 70°. Wind: Light.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Another warm one. High 90°. Wind: E 5-10