Your Labor Day Forecast: Sunny and Warm - NBC4 Washington

Your Labor Day Forecast: Sunny and Warm



    Midday Forecast, Labor Day

    Storm Team4 Meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts has the forecast. (Published Monday, Sept. 4, 2017)

    Enjoy a sunny and warm Labor Day!

    The unofficial end of summer is upon us, but Monday has shaped up to be an amazing pool day, with sunny skies and comfortable temperatures.

    Rain will stay away through Monday and most of Tuesday, with temps warming to near 90 Tuesday.

    A cold front will approach late Tuesday night, so a few late showers are possible, with showers Wednesday and early Thursday as the front makes its way out. High pressure sets up behind it for Friday and the weekend, so we're looking good Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the mid 70s.

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    Over the weekend, Irma will be nearing the United States. The track is uncertain this far out, so forecast impacts to our area will be changing as we get closer. Right now we could see some impacts on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.


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