Today: The wet, unsettled weather pattern will continue for the next few days. Rain chance is around 80%. High rain chances and cloud cover will keep temperatures mainly in the lower 80s. Some spots may warm into the mid 80s. Heavy rain could lead to some nuisance flooding in low-lying and flood-prone areas. Gusty wind will also be a potential threat. Rain chances will be highest this morning and early afternoon before tapering a bit late this afternoon and evening. Numerous to widespread showers will become more scattered during the late afternoon and evening.
Tonight: Evening showers before rain chances taper later in the night. Coastal showers will be possible by the morning before they spread inland. Lows in the low and mid 70s.
Tuesday: Passing showers and isolated storms again. Rain chance is around 70%. Again, heavy rain could lead to some isolated flooding issues. Highs in the mid 80s. Lows in the low and mid 70s.
Wednesday: Elevated rain chances continue through the middle half of the week. Rain chances are currently around 50-60%. High near 88. Overnight lows in the mid 70s. Three day rainfall totals may be between 2-3″ with locally higher amounts, especially near the coast.
Thursday: Rain chance are expected to be a touch lower. Currently around 30-40%. High near 90.
Friday: Scattered showers and isolated storms. Rain chance is currently around 30%. High temperature is right around 91.
Weekend: Scattered showers and isolated storms with highs in the lower 90s.
Tracking the Tropics: Invest 92-L remains in the central Atlantic. NHC is giving it a high chance for formation within the next 48 hours. This will likely be our next named storm – Isaias (pronounced ees-ah-EE-ahs). It is too early to determine where it is headed.