We're tracking cooler temps and rain chances for the Labor Day holiday.
Sunday afternoon, we'll see scattered showers but the rain chances become more widespread overnight as a cold front sweeps through. Lows tonight will cool into the low 70s.
The best chance for rain look to be between midnight and daybreak Monday.
Throughout the morning, showers will weaken and dissipate but another round of rain chances will be here by the afternoon. Highs will be a bit cooler, in the low 90s.
Overnight we'll see that cold front continues to move south before stalling out. This will take our rain chances with it.
Tuesday starts out in the upper 60s with partly cloudy skies. We'll be up to the low 90s by the afternoon.
Wednesday begins around 70 degrees before warming into the low to mid 90s. There's a slight chance for afternoon showers in our southern counties.
After that, high pressure begins to build back in for much of the country. We'll see highs in the mid 90s with partly to mostly cloudy skies in the afternoons. This will be the case through next Sunday.
Nighttime lows will cool into the low to mid 70s.