The dust is settling after a windy evening, but the heat will remain for Thursday – Kris
We were well on our way to a record high this afternoon when the clouds, gusty winds and blowing dust moved through the region. As a result, we only tied the record high at 100° and the record for the most triple-digit days in a season; 6. Meanwhile, the weak disturbance responsible for this evening’s stormy weather is moving off to the east. Expect partly cloudy and hazy conditions overnight with a low in the mid-60s. Thursday will be hot again, but not quite AS hot. We will top out in the mid-90s with hazy sunshine.
We have another round of warm air on the way for Friday. It is very unlikely that we will hit 100°, but it is possible. That would be a first for the month of September! The Labor Day weekend will feature breezy and warm conditions and perfect weather to celebrate the unofficial end of the summer season.
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