Hot and dry for Labor Day; fall-like weather returns Wednesday

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The remnants of (formerly) Hurricane Harvey are now located over the Northeast, and in its wake, we are experiencing dry and comfortable conditions here in the Tennessee Valley!

An area of high pressure will continue to keep humidity low and skies clear for the rest of our weekend, including Labor Day on Monday.

With clear skies temperatures will cool down quickly at night and warm up quickly during the day. Expects highs in the mid 80s this weekend with lows in the upper 50s.

The unofficial start of fall: This great weather lasts throughout the holiday weekend, but abruptly changes by the middle of the week when our next cold front arrives. More scattered showers will be possible Tuesday and Wednesday morning with that front.

Then fall weather really kicks in! High temperatures Wednesday and Thursday will only make it into the 70s.