Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 3:52 p.m. Aug. 31, 2015

It is a humid day with our isolated-shower chance fading. It will be a bit sticky Monday evening. There is a small rain chance Monday and Wednesday.

It will continue to be warm and sticky Monday as temperatures rise into the upper 80s to near 90. The remnants of Tropical Storm Erika are now passing off the coast of Virginia and helping to kick off a few light showers. The region’s chance of a shower or two will stick around through the afternoon hours. Anyone traveling south and east to the northern Neck or southeast Virginia will likely hit moderate to heavy pockets of rain or thunder.

There will be overnight clearing, but with pockets of fog forming. Tuesday will start a stretch of several days in the 90s through at least Thursday. There will be a little break from humidity Tuesday and then back for the balance of the week. It will be a humid week, but there is not much rain coming. The best chance of showers/thunderstorms this week is on Friday.

Labor Day weekend is looking fine right now with sunshine and temps in the mid 80s. Let’s hope it stays that way.

Some Clearing, Patchy Fog
Lows: Upper 60s to Low 70s

Mostly Sunny
Hot, Slightly Humid
Highs: Low 90s

Partly Sunny, Slight chance of showers late Hot & Humid
Highs: Low 90s

Partly sunny
Still Hot
Highs: Low 90s

Chance of late day showers & t-storms
Cloud/Sun Mix
Highs: Near 90

Looking Nice
A Few Clouds
Highs: Mid 80s

Sunset 7:40
Average 85/68