NWS: Clear, cooler Labor Day weekend

NWS: Clear, cooler Labor Day weekend

NWS: Clear, cooler Labor Day weekend

As Harvey remnants crawl up the Ohio Valley overnight into Saturday, it will usher in a river of moisture and instability, triggering scattered rain showers throughout the day. Temperatures will be warmer, with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s. Winds will be light out of the south and southwest.

Then comes the Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end to the summer season and a weekend we all hope will feature one last hurrah of warm and dry summer weather.

A cold front will bring a slight chance of shower and storms to Kansas on Monday night, with a few showers lingering across southern and eastern Kansas on Tuesday morning. Cooler air will filter in behind the front, and we may struggle to make it out of the 70s on Wednesday afternoon. The high will be 88; winds will be southwest 8 to 15 miles per hour. High temps will be held to the mid 80s.

The Labor Day weekend will be hot and dry across most of Colorado, though the eastern plains will see the first hint of fall Tuesday. The high will be 82, after a morning low of 70.

Saturday night: Mostly clear, with a low around 64.

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Saturday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 59.

By Friday, temperatures will rise into the upper 80s with a chance for storms in northwestern Oklahoma. The chance for precipitation is 80 percent. Northwest winds up to 5 miles per hour, increasing to 10 to 15 miles per hour in the afternoon.

Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy - low around 53. These showers will ensure that we need the umbrella through late afternoon.

With high pressure to the east and another low pressure moving into the Great Lakes, winds will turn towards the south and become gusty on Monday.

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