Pleasant weekend ahead, but our chances for rain improve as we head toward Labor Day. Only a stray shower possible today (10%), Sunday the chance doubles to a 20% chance of wet weather, and Labor Day is the most likely day we'll deal with wet weather. We've got a 40% chance on showers & storms Monday.
Today: More clouds by afternoon. Stray showers possible (10%). Highs: Low - mid 80s. Winds: ESE 10 - 15 mph.
Tonight: Partly cloudy and comfortable. Lows: 60s. Winds: S 5 mph.
Today in Local Weather History (National Weather Service) September 03
1821 Hurricane: One of most violent on record - eye over Norfolk
2003 Flash Flooding: Southeast Virginia
2010 Hurricane Earl Brushes Outer Banks
Saturday: Medium-High Ragweed & Grasses
Hampton Roads: Code Green (Good)
Hurricane Katia: The latest forecast track has Katia moving in a more northerly direction. A very good thing.
Tropical Storm Lee: Lee has strengthened and continues to dump a lot of rain on the Gulf Coast.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times