WEATHER BEAT: Heat Mid-Week; Few Storms Possible Labor Day Weekend

| August 27, 2013 | 0 Comments | Weather

Is a mini heat wave on tap? Monday, we saw highs in the low 90s, and we could do it again for Tuesday and Wednesday.

On Tuesday, I am expecting mostly dry conditions with highs reaching the low 90s. Wednesday looks to be our best chance for storms, which could drop heavy downpours in some areas. We will see highs close to 90 on Wednesday as well. Thursday and Friday both look dry with highs in the upper 80s.

For the Labor Day weekend, I am expecting a few isolated thunderstorms on Saturday, which could cause some minor problems for your outdoor activities if you have events planned on Saturday. I am not expecting a washout, but just expect the usual afternoon pop-up storms. Sunday and Monday also include a slight chance for a storm as well with slight being the key word. With the exception of a few pop-up storms, this should be an enjoyable holiday weekend with highs in the upper 80s.

Next week, we have our big Autumn Outlook, which will cover temperature trends, first-snow predictions, fall foliage forecasts, and much more. All of that right after Labor Day!

John Biggs has been a resident of Bristow since 2001 and has seen a lot of changes to the area over the years. Graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School in 2006, he continued his education at Northern Virginia Community College where he majored in Business Management. He is now working on finishing his Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree at Strayer University.

“My favorite thing to do is study the weather. It is truly fascinating. Nothing beats a good thunderstorm. I became very interested in weather when I lived in Okinawa, Japan, for four years and was actually inside a super typhoon.”

For daily, local weather forecasts, check out his Facebook page.

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