Our Labor Day forecast is shaping up to be a little warmer with some morning sunshine and a passing shower possible, especially before sunrise.
By midday and afternoon, rain chances return with those typical afternoon summertime storms at around 30% in coverage today.
No day this week will be totally dry as a deep resurgence of Gulf moisture returns bringing a daily chances of showers and storms, but no day should be a total washout.
Speaking of tropical moisture, a broad area of low pressure moving off the Yucatan coast into the Bay of Campeche is likely to become our next named tropical system over the next day or so as it moves back out over the open waters.
The good news is that this storm will stay well to our south and move inland into mainland Mexico over the next couple of days.
Have a great day!
7Stormteam Meteorologist Ben Terry
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