Weekly Weather Report 9/6 – 9/10 & Historic Northeast Flooding

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In Chandler Ariz. after Labor Day weekend, high temperatures are in the forecast for this week. After a rainy and wet August, the middle of September is forecasted to be hot and dry. For this week, no rain is expected, winds will be light and possible excessive heat warnings may be in place this week.  

 

Monday, Sep. 6 (Labor Day)

High Temperature: 106 degrees Fahrenheit 

Low Temperature: 80 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Speed: 7 mph

Humidity: 20 percent

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Tuesday, Sep. 7

High Temperature: 107 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 80 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Speed: 6 mph

Humidity: 30 percent

Forecast: Partly cloudy

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Wednesday, Sep. 8

High Temperature: 107 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 80 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Speed: 8 mph

Humidity: 29 percent

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

 

Thursday, Sep. 9

High Temperature: 109 degrees Fahrenheit 

Low temperature: 81 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Speed: 8 mph

Humidity: 22 percent

Forecast: Sunny

Chance of rain: 0 percent

 

Friday, Sep. 10

High Temperature: 106 degrees Fahrenheit

Low Temperature: 80 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Speed: 7 mph

Humidity: 28 percent

Forecast: Mostly sunny

Chance of Rain: 0 percent

Northeast states recovering from Historic Flooding 

States in the interior Northeast in the United States are still recovering from flooding that caused massive damage to homes and businesses. After Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana, it dumped heavy amounts of rain as it moved to the northeast. Several inches of rain fell within just one day and many cities broke their all time record for the amount of rainfall within one day. The subways in New York City were completely flooded with water and all flights were canceled for the day. Power is being restored and people are working hard to recover what was left from the flood that devastated cities in Hurricane Ida’s path.