We continue to see decreasing clouds from west to east across our state, so many of us will get a nice dose of sunshine today. But, don't rule out an isolated shower or two for this afternoon. Look for highs today to top out close to 90-degrees in many areas.
We are expected to briefly dry out on Friday as this mild disturbance moves to our east. But our chance of rain is expected to increase over the weekend. Temps will likely only top out in the upper 80s on Saturday and cooler by Sunday. As we head into Labor Day Monday, look for highs in the mid-80s along with a 30-percent chance of rain. Rain chances are expected to drop down to 20-percent for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Tropical Storm Fred continues to moves to the west northwest in the far east Atlantic. Fred now has sustained winds of 40-miles per hour and is expected to weaken as it moves to the west/northwest and will likely be downgraded to a tropical depression by early tomorrow morning.
It looks like it will be a nice night for high school football tomorrow night. We are expecting clear to partly cloudy skies and kickoff temps near 83-degrees.
Here's a look at your 7-day forecast:
Mickey Ferguson, FOX6 Weather