Moisture has been minimal today, thanks to a cold front dropping through and ushering in cooler, drier air. While we started off the morning with a few high clouds southwest of Syracuse, that pleasant air has pushed those clouds out of our reach. Tomorrow will be a near copycat of what we saw today, only with a shift in the wind. Our light breeze has been mainly out of the west/northwest today, while tomorrow we’re looking at light northeast winds.
Moisture begins to return to central New York Monday. With a cold front and the remnants of Isaac still to our west there won’t be a lot of forcing to turn this moisture into showers and storms. We are going to keep only a low chance for wet weather in the forecast for Labor Day afternoon. Most of the day will be rain-free.
Our best chance for showers and thunderstorms over the next 7 days will come Tuesday as the cold front we mentioned above moves through with a little help from some moisture from Isaac.