Although 90 degree weather has dominated the first half of Labor-day weekend, the weather pattern is undergoing a change which is fitting for the first few days of
meteorological Fall, which officially began this September 1st. A cold front moving through the area will usher out the 90 degree warmth, and unfortunately usher in some cloudy and cooler weather. The clouds will begin to enter the area on Sunday, which will probably still fair decently well with highs in the 80’s. But as a backdoor cold front sneaks in from Atlantic and New England on Monday, showers/drizzle and clouds will keep highs in the 70’s and the weather will turn more dreary.
Things don’t look to improve much towards the beginning of the first week of September (after Labor Day), as the much-weakened remnant moisture of Isaac finally slips east and interacts with the front…potentially producing more showers and clouds. Things should eventually clear out during the week at some point, but the cloudy and dreary weather will, at the very least, serve as a shock to the system after a warm summer and the recent 90 degree weather.