The outflow clouds from the remnants of Isaac keep trying to edge their way into central New York, but their efforts are in vain. A dry upper level disturbance from the northwest will push those clouds out of our reach again today, leaving us with mostly sunny skies yet again. With humidity nice and low, today’s temperatures in the low to mid 80s should feel rather pleasant.
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. Right now the numbers are varying on the amount of rain we’ll see through Tuesday, but some models suggest heavy downpours at times.