Harvey remnants could bring showers to tri-state area Labor Day weekend

Harvey remnants could bring showers to tri-state area Labor Day weekend

Harvey remnants could bring showers to tri-state area Labor Day weekend

Friday will be mostly sunny with a high of 73 with a chance of rain Friday night. "While it is no longer expected to bring 30" of rain to any one location, it is expected to dump several more inches to some areas along the way.

TONIGHT: I'm hopeful the biggest issues will be winding down overnight, but some showers and perhaps a thunderstorm will still be possible.

As Harvey moves farther inland, isolated tornadoes will also be possible through much of the region starting tomorrow (Wednesday). The main impacts will come Thursday through Sunday. But the system will continue moving north and showers should taper off as the day goes on.

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If a trip to the beach was planned for the holiday weekend, Monday seems like the best day to soak in the sun as the temperatures are forecast to warm up with a high of 84 and a low of 63.

Nicer weather is expected to work its way back to the area for Labor Day and Tuesday of next week, meteorologists say.

Beasley said the heaviest rain associated with the remnants of Harvey will be west of the Bluefield forecast area. The heaviest rainfall for a wide swath of the state is expected to start late Thursday and last through Friday afternoon.

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NEXT TUE/WED: Another cool front moves through in the middle of the work week next week bringing more rain. Rain chances will climb a little higher Sunday, along with humidity. In addition to the rainfall, winds will be somewhat strong today, with sustained winds in the 15-25 miles per hour range, and a few gusts could hit or exceed 35 miles per hour.

Western Louisiana residents are bracing for more wind and water as Tropical Storm Harvey heads their way after dumping record rainfall on Texas. Seven inches of rain had fallen in Guthrie as of Friday at 11 a.m., the National Weather Service reported.

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