PM Update: Near-Perfect Conditions Continue
Mostly sunny Friday; Holiday weekend looks sweet
Other than some increased afternoon cloudiness, mainly over southeastern sections of the area, today continued our stretch of near-perfect conditions. Plentiful sunshine has helped most spots reach highs from the mid 70s to near 80 and daytime humidity levels remain delightfully non-existent. Whether you are headed out of town for the long holiday weekend or just spending some time outside, local weather promises to cooperate.
Through Tonight: Following a nice evening with sunset temperatures falling through the low 70s, another very pleasant if not somewhat cool night is upcoming. Under mostly clear skies, lows should range from the mid-50s to lower 60s.
Tomorrow (Friday): For those still around town, Friday kicks off the holiday weekend right. Look for lots of sun, with perhaps some afternoon clouds, and highs rising to the low-and-mid 80s.
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Tropics: As Greg Postel alluded to yesterday, Erika is fighting for life. The storm is currently threatening Puerto Rico and surrounding islands, mainly with a heavy rain threat, but tropical storm warnings remain in effect. Winds are still sustained at 40 mph though there are indications that the storm will weaken back into a tropical wave soon. It is possible, though not extremely likely, that Erika could redevelop over the coming days.
| September 3, 2009; 3:15 PM ET
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