Alexandra Cranford/WWLTV Meteorologist
Keep umbrellas handy later today. We are expecting some passing showers and thunderstorms on this Saturday, especially by afternoon and evening. We have lots of moisture in place, and a disturbance will ride to the northeast near us... so we could see a couple of heavy downpours. Rain amounts will be anywhere from .25 to 2 inches for most spots, with some isolated higher amounts possible.
Rain chances stay near 60% for Saturday afternoon, then drop to 40% for 6pm through 10pm. Overnight rain chances will drop further to about 20%, as the disturbance moves away from us.
Sunday and Labor Day will be partly cloudy, hot and drier. We'll keep a 30% chance for a few spotty showers or thunderstorms in the afternoons. Highs will return to near 92° with heat index values 95-105°. Our atmosphere will still be very moist, so a heavy downpour will be possible.
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