Rain, Sun & Possible Tropical Remnants This Week

The last week before Labor Day starts dry and comfortable but rain and possibly the moisture left over by Harvey and another tropical system could put a damper on the weekend.

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Dry and comfortable weather, again, Monday, with high temperatures continuing below normal for late August.
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Be careful if you are headed to the Jersey Shore or the Delaware beaches, the risk of dangerous rip currents is high through Monday night.
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Our dry weather comes to an end Tuesday, as a developing tropical system moves up the Carolina coast and then heads offshore. This could strengthen into a tropical storm.
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Rain will be moving up from the south with the first showers arriving Tuesday morning.
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By Tuesday afternoon, showers will spread farther north.
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Rain totals will be highest in Delaware and South Jersey with an inch or more possible.
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Monday will be breezy at times, especially at the shore, but winds turn gusty Tuesday as the storm passes to the east.
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Meantime, Tropical Storm Harvey continues to inundate Texas and Louisiana with flooding rains.
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More than 2 feet of rain has already fallen in parts of Texas with another foot or more possible.
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Although the path and timing of the remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey are uncertain, there is a chance we will see them move through on Sunday.
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