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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

US Labor Day weekend outlook: Storms may threaten plans in Midwest, South

As millions are gearing up for the Labor Day holiday weekend, many are wondering if the weather may foil their plans.

Showers and thunderstorms threaten to put a damper on a part of the holiday weekend across the Midwest, South and interior Southwest. Any wet weather in the Northeast may only impact a fraction of the weekend.

Mostly dry but not bright sunshine in store for the Northeast

"Most of the holiday weekend will be dry from Philadelphia to New York City and Boston," according to Lead Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok, “Don’t anticipate a bright blue sky as it can be murky early in the weekend.”

The weekend may start on a cool note with highs in the lower 70s across New England on Saturday as humidity hangs on over the mid-Atlantic.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bad news for the beaches!!! Yeah!!!
Rain, Rain come and stay, to keep those OC tourist away!
PA, DC, and Baltimore too, just too many problems for me and for you!

After labor day, I'm singing, It's the most wonderful time of the year!!!!

This year it's thank god and storm clouds, they are gone!!!!