Fog and clouds continue to clear through the morning hours giving way to bright skies for our Labor Day forecast. This afternoon winds will start to come out of the south at 10 mph and that will hold temps back a bit along the coast. Inland locations will see seasonable highs today which are in the mid to low 70s. Changes are on the way after today. More clouds for Tuesday with the leading edge of some rain first moving in as showers late in the day from the west. Those showers then pick up to a steady and at times heavy rain Tuesday night through Wednesday.
This Afternoon - Mostly sunny skies. Highs in the mid to low 70s.
Tonight - Increasing clouds, some ares of fog developing, and lows in the 50s.
Tuesday - Clouds will continue to thicken. The remnants of Isaac continue to head our way. We should stay dry for much of the day. Showers will slowly start to move in from the west only mid to late afternoon. High temperatures will be in the 70s.
Extended Forecast - Low pressure intensifies and the shower activity starts to pick up to rain Tuesday night. This rain is expected to become heavy at times through Wednesday. Rainfall amounts through Wednesday will range from 1-3" with some localized heavier amounts. Thursday starts out with a few lingering showers before we get into partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. Partly sunny with a chance of showers Friday and Saturday.