Today: Today will be very wet in the afternoon with numerous to widespread shower and thunderstorm coverage. A few isolated storms cannot be ruled out for the afternoon. There is a MARGINAL (1/5) RISK for severe thunderstorms. The primary threat will be damaging wind. Heavier downpours could also lead to flood concerns. There is a MARGINAL (¼) RISK for isolated flash flooding today. Temperatures should be able to reach the upper-80s before most of the rain moves in. Lows overnight drop into the mid-70s. 

Tuesday-Wednesday: Lots of rain remains in the forecast over the next several day with heavy rain leading to isolated flood concerns through mid-week. Highs temperatures will stay in the mid-80s thanks to all of the rain.  

Thursday-Friday: Rain coverage becomes less widespread late this week. Scattered showers and thunderstorms remain a possibility with highs in the upper-80s.  

This Weekend: Daily scattered showers and thunderstorms continue this weekend.  

Tracking the Tropics: A tropical wave in the Atlantic has a 20% chance of developing into a tropical depression/storm in the next 5 days. Its is still at least 2 weeks away before (or if) it is to become a concern to the U.S.