A cold front will continue to head our way as we get into the overnight hours.  With it, we'll see a few showers and perhaps hear a rumble of thunder.  It'll otherwise be cloudy and mild with low temps in the low and middle 60s.

Behind the front, it will be breezy and mild on Thursday with highs in the mid 70s to 80° with a mix of sun and clouds and a passing shower.

From there, Friday and Saturday kickoff the Labor Day weekend very nicely as we'll see sunshine and low humidity with nights in the 50s and days in the upper 70s

Now...on to Tropical Storm Hermine.

The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center brings Hermine right up the Eastern Seaboard into the weekend.  This is a track that is considerably farther west (closer to us) than previous forecasts.  It is still subject to change but for now, here is the Sunday and Monday forecast for us:

Sunday will be cloudy with rain/showers developing and continuing into the first part of Labor Day itself.  Highs will be in the 70s and lows will stay in the 60s.  Things will be wetter and pretty breezy as you head south and east, say from New Jersey to Long Island to the Cape.

We still have plenty of time to track Hermine and we'll keep you posted along the way of course.

Regardless of Hermine's track, we look to really warm up again as we get into the middle of next week.  Kids will need to wear shorts to the first few days of school!

Have a great Thursday-

Jason Gough