Wetter Labor Day Weekend; Katrina Anniversary Today


Wetter Labor Day Weekend; Katrina Anniversary Today

MOBILE, Alabama -

Today marks the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall on the Gulf Coast.  Even nine years later, there are still lots of people dealing with the effects of this deadly and destructive storm.  Learn more about Katrina in the Weather Education section of WKRG.com.

There are no tropical issues for you today.  Hurricane Cristobal continues moving across the north Atlantic, but is losing its tropical characteristics.  Other than some high waves on the East Coast, Cristobal is no threat to land.  Elsewhere, the tropics are quiet for now.

We get wetter as we enter the Labor Day holiday weekend.  50% chance of showers and thunderstorms beginning this afternoon through Saturday.  Highs both days in the low 90s with high humidity.

Scattered showers and some thunderstorms continue overnight.  Low 75.

Rain chances ease a bit to 40% Sunday, and 30% for Labor Day Monday and most of next week.  Highs hover near 90s with lows each night in the mid 70s.
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