Posted: Sep 1, 2014 5:36 AM by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
Your Labor Day will be warm and steamy with highs in the lower 90s. Morning sunshine will give way to some convective clouds this afternoon and even a few thundershowers but coverage won't be nearly as widespread as Saturday.
Overnight, any showers will diminish and lows will keep to the mid-70s.
Little change in the weather is expected through this week ahead.
There is only one area of action being monitored by the National Hurricane Center. An organized cluster of showers and thunderstorms on the Yucatan Peninsula is beginning to move westward into a warm Bay of Campeche. The complex is likely to organize into a tropical depression as it continues on a westerly track. Regardless of further development, heavy rain is expected on the Yucatán and in Eastern Mexico. There is currently no threat to the United States mainland.
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