Chance of Thunderstorms; Tornado Possible for Labor Day
The tri-state’s dry stretch comes to an end on Labor Day with a few showers and thunderstorms expected across the region, Storm Team 4 says.
With the increase in clouds and humidity, best chances for rain will come during the afternoon and evening. Storms that will form could contain damaging wind gusts, severe downpour and hail, according to Storm Team 4. A tornado or two also can’t be ruled out.
While Monday will be party sunny, it will also be warm and humid with highs in upper 70s. Anyone who’s heading out to the beach is advised to be aware of the high rip current risks. Check the latest weather alert in your neighborhood here.
Most of the showers and thunderstorms will exit before midnight, and clouds will quickly clear out overnight with lows settling back in the 50s and 60s across most of the region.
Tuesday is forecasted to be bright and beautiful but possibility for some more showers and thunderstorms is expected to return on Wednesday.
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