Good Morning! That nicer air we enjoyed during the Labor Day weekend will be fading away today. Tropical moisture will creep back over the next few days and so will those spotty afternoon storms. It looks like our rain chances will be improving later in the week. Meanwhile, in the tropics NHC is monitoring two named storms and a couple of Areas to Watch.
Tropical moisture in Florida and along the southeast coast will start to creep back. It will be come more humid. Isolated storms.
Widely scattered storms return to the radar today.
Showers and storms will be more common later in the week and this weekend.
Rene and Paulette are two tropical storms well out in the Atlantic. Neither should affect North America.
Invest 94-L near Bermuda could effect parts of the U.S. East coast this week. That area to watch off Africa has a good chance of getting the next name on the list..Sally.
The temperature is plunging in Denver. They had 92 yesterday. It was 42 as of 3AM this morning with rain. The rain will chance to snow. Denver metro could see 5-6 inches by late tonight…and the mercury plunges to 29. Some of the mountain areas could see 1-2 feet of snow.