THIS EVENING: Humid, Stray Downpours. Temperatures In The 80s. Winds: W 5-10 mph.
OVERNIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Showers, Muggy. Lo 72. Winds: Light.
WEDNESDAY: Humid, Few PM Storms. Hi 89. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.
Overnight temperatures will only drop into the
Another disturbance will cross Wednesday, offering another opportunity for some downpours and storms during the afternoon. Much like today, coverage will be spotty and not everyone will get hit. Depending on if and when a storm moves through, highs may yet again reach 90 as dew points remain near tropical levels.
Thursday and Friday will feature slightly higher rain chances as an area of low pressure arrives from the west. Neither day will be a washout but periods of rain can be expected especially Friday afternoon as an east flow keeps us cooler and cloudy. The humidity will be more tolerable by then, but it will likely be damp into the start of the weekend.
Highs will return to near seasonable levels by the weekend as a cold front swings through and a trough settles into the Northeast. While we can’t promise the weekend will be completely dry, it doesn’t look too bad for outdoor plans either. Just some hit-or-miss showers. Next week starts off seasonable and mainly dry for Monday. The end of the week and week are still a bit uncertain. We’ll keep you posted though!
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo