Labor Day Weekend Outlook
Sep 03, 2015
FRIDAY 4 SEPT: for those lucky enough to have a 4-day weekend it will start as the hottest 4 Sept in 3 years and 3rd hottest of the past 25 years for the U.S. as a whole - especially the North Central U.S. National rainfall trends well below average and less than last year with the rainy spots limited to the Southwest, Montana, Pennsylvania and Florida. To see larger views of these maps visithttp://www.weathertrends360.com/Blog/Post/Labor-Day-Weekend-4-7-Sept-Weather-Outlook-2588
SATURDAY 5 SEPT: Nationally it trends the warmest in 3 years, 4th warmest of the past 25 and driest in 5 years. The wet spot will be a developing storm in the Plains, the Southwest and Florida. It remains exceptional Hot in the Central U.S. and pretty warm along the East Coast for this time of year. You will notice the lower humidity in the Northeast!
SUNDAY 6 SEPT: It's again the hottest in 3 years nationally for the date and driest in 6 years for the U.S. overall. The storm in North Dakota looks to really wrap up allowing a shot of very cold air to intensify in the West. It will feel downright cold in parts of the Nevada and Utah. The scorching heat continues in the Central U.S. but at least there will be a strong Southerly wind flow. Humidity remains very low in the Northeast.
LABOR DAY MONDAY 7 SEPT: While it remains very HOT in the Great Lakes and much of the East, the really cold weather in the Western half of the U.S. will make Labor Day trend the coolest in 4 years (still well above average nationally) and the driest in 10 years for the U.S. as a whole. The cold front sweeping through the North Central U.S. will produce some stronger thunderstorms from Oklahoma to Wisconsin. It remains typically stormy in Florida. Humidity begins to creep up in the East with hotter conditions.
SUMMARY: The hottest region is clearly the North Central U.S. where the weekend will trend the hottest in 25 years with the greatest chance for rain and thunderstorms. The South Central U.S. is the 2nd hottest in 25 years with the Northeast 3rd hottest of the past 25 years. The cool spots are out west where the Northwest is the coolest in 13 years, the Southwest coolest in 15 years - enjoy as the heat will return to the West!!!
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Have a great holiday weekend folks! - Capt Kirk out.