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Thunderstorms in Labor Day Weekend Forecast

Saturday could reach a high temperature of 90 degrees, but there's a chance of rain on Sunday.

This Labor Day weekend is usually the last time to hit the pool for the season, and it looks like Saturday's weather will give you a good excuse to go for one last dip.

But the rest of the long weekend doesn't look as promising. 

According to the National Weather Service, Saturday is set to reach a high of 90 degrees and will be sunny. Overnight its expected to be mostly cloudy with a low of about 72 degrees.

On Sunday, there is a 30 percent chance for thunderstorms throughout the day. During the day it will be partly sunny with a high temperature of about 87 degrees. That night temperatures are expected to reach of a low of about 73 degrees.

The rain is expected to hang around through the Labor Day holiday. A high of about 85 degrees is expected, but there will be a 40 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day with some thunderstorms possible. The chance of rain will remain throughout the night with a low temperature of 73 degrees expected. 

According to the Weather Underground, the average high temperature for the start of September is 83 degrees with an average low temperature of about 63 degrees.

The high temperature mark for Sept. 1 was set in 1962 when the temperatures reached 99 degrees. But the low temperature mark was set the very next year when the mercury dropped to 53 degrees.

On Sept. 2, the all time record high temperature is 99 degrees set in 1953. In 1890, the all time low of 50 degrees was set.

The high for Sept. 3 is 98 degrees and was set in 1898, and the low was reached in 1967 when the temperature dropped to 46 degrees.

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