Labor Day weekend temps no worse than average, mainly dry

Average high of 89 for early September.

Jacksonville, Fl — As Labor Day weekend begins, expect many dry hours today and throughout the four days.

Action News Jax Chief Meteorologist Mike Buresh says morning low temperatures will fall into the upper 60s inland through the weekend.

“High temperatures today in the upper 80s. Mid to upper 80s tomorrow, upper 80s on Sunday and around 90 degrees for Labor Day“, said Buresh.

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We won’t be completely dry. A few short-lived isolated showers are expected to pop up today and again on Sunday, most likely in the morning.

A moderate rip current risk will exist at area beaches. Labor Day will feature a few isolated showers with highs back into the lower 90s inland and upper 80s at the coast.

TROPICS: Hurricane “Larry” is forecast to become strengthen some today in the Eastern Atlantic. It will likely strengthen to a major hurricane this weekend. Larry should remain east of Bermuda, as of now. A few swells will make it here to the Atlantic coast early to mid-week next week. We are also tracking a cluster of showers and storms in the SW Caribbean. There is a low threat for development over the next 2-3 days.