Cooler air comes in time for Labor Day

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Several clusters of thunderstorms may roam the area as we move toward the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Scattered storms in Friday’s hot, humid air mass may begin to flare in the afternoon and evening. But a cold frontal passage could ignite better coverage storms Friday night before north to northeast winds stage a comeback and drop temps for a day Saturday.

More substantial cooling’s due beginning Sunday night and for Labor Day, and thunderstorms may erupt in advance of that cool off as well. But an average of a suite of computer forecast model rainfall projections over the coming 7 days generates less than half the rain which would typically fall at that time of year.

For more, log on to Chicago Weather Center.


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