ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras

8/30/2014 7:52 AM EDT

73° Overcast Feels like: 73°

Overcast
  • High: 85° - Low 70°
  • Wind: From SSE at 7mph
  • Humidity: 66% | UV Index: High
  • Dew Point: 61° | Pressure: 30.24 in

Updated 5:27 am August 30, 2014

Look for an increasingly hotter and more humid weekend with partly sunny skies today and highs in the mid 80s. Dew points are rising as will the chances for showers and thunderstorms, particularly on Sunday.

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Updated 7:51 am
This Afternoon:
Partly Cloudy, Warm, More Humid
Highs: 83-87
Wind: SE 5-10 mph
Tonight:
Mostly Cloudy, Warm & Humid
Lows: 66-73
Wind: S 5-10 mph
Sunday:
Hot & Humid, Scattered T'Storms
Highs: 87-92
Rain: 60% Chance
After a relatively comfortable summer with few days in the 90s, the season has decided to exit with uncharacteristic sizzle! This Labor Day weekend will get increasingly hotter and more humid as a Bermuda High pumps in moisture-laden air from the south. The likelihood of scattered thunderstorms and some heavy downpours will be highest on Sunday with a somewhat lower chance on Monday. And while the thermometer should stay in the mid 80s today, it will soar to near 90 on Sunday and Monday with even higher readings on Tuesday. A cold front well to our north should approach at midweek, but other than dropping dew points a bit, temperatures won't budge much, falling only to the upper 80s. So closing the books on the summer of 2014 - which actually doesn't happen astronomically until the Fall Equinox on September 23 - is premature. And while we can never hope for an endless summer, with plenty of sultry days head, it would be great if the pools didn't close on Monday! Enjoy your weekend.

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