Stephanie's Sunday Forecast 8/31/14

Sunday we’ll have an increased risk of storms in the afternoon as a cold front approaches from the West with highs in the upper 80’s and high humidity – sticky and uncomfortable.  Some storms may become server as you move closer to Southern Maryland, but within the 4State some spots could see heavy rainfall tonight with storms.  The front will stay with us throughout the holiday, bringing us the slight chance of a storm or two on Monday into Tuesday.  The unsettled pattern will exit the region by mid-week, bringing sunshine to the 4State as we approach Wednesday. 


Sunday:  More clouds than sunshine with the chance of storms in the afternoon.  Some spots, especially those in the Eastern portion of the 4State, could see heavy rainfall within a few storms tonight.  High:  84,  Low:  70.   Winds:  SW 5-10 MPH.


Labor Day:  Mostly cloudy with the chance of storms and showers, still quite humid.  High:  86,  Low:  68. 


Tuesday:  The chance of storms remains with a partly sunny sky.  High:  89,  Low:  68. 


Wednesday:  We begin to clear up as a dry air mass moves into the Mid-Atlantic.  Mostly sunny. High:  85,  Low:  63. 


Thursday:  Mostly sunny.  High:  84,  Low:  63.


Friday:  Sunny.  High:  86,  Low:  64. 


Saturday:  A chance of storms, mostly sunny.  High:  84,  Low: 63. 


--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine

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