Depending on where you are, your weekend will either be hot, stormy, or very nice. Out in the tropics we have several things to watch in both Atlantic and Pacific but no major threats.
While we have a quiet setup down south right now, fronts moving in over the next week or so will make it get more active. The tropics remain busy but there are no big threats close to home.
It looks as though a front will move in and stall Friday through this weekend, causing wet weather for Labor Day Weekend in a lot of places. The tropics remain active but there's little threat to us.
With Fred staying far away and Erika fallen apart, we'll see relatively tranquil weather across the South until Friday when a front moves into the Southeast.
I'm dedicating all my time today to Erika, who seems to aspire to be the Laurel Thatcher Ulrich of the tropical cyclone world. Hopefully, I seem insightful and not as crazy as I fear I do.
High pressure nosing in will bring nice weather to much of the South for the next few days. Florida stays fairly active, though, and tropical moisture moving in plus possible Erika effects means Florida gets even wetter starting this weekend.