Labor Day heat and isolated showers

Tracking Tuesday storms then drying out

Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer will be a warm one with only an isolated chance of showers. We're tracking storms that could pack a good punch as you head back to work and school Tuesday.

A strong cold front is advancing out of the Plains with a line of strong to severe storms heading to the Midwest. A few of our SE Indiana counties (Fayette, Union, Franklin and a sliver of northern Butler) are at a Slight Risk for Severe weather early Tuesday as the system pushes through. That means the rest of the Tri-State should be on guard for some strong storms with heavy rain and some small hail.

Beyond that, temperatures spike to near 90 by the end of the week. So it looks as if summer is still hanging on.



Partly sunny

Slight chance of storms (20%)

High 87



Mostly Cloudy

Overnight storms

Low  71



Rain and storms

Otherwise mostly cloudy

High 84



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