Tonight: Most rain should fade by sunset or shortly after. Areas of fog overnight and early Tuesday morning. Lows in the 70s. 
Tuesday: Areas of fog to start the morning, but it should dissipate by mid-morning. Scattered to numerous showers and storms are likely by the afternoon. Some storms may produce heavy rain, gusty wind over 30 mph, and lightning. Otherwise, partly sunny with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s. 

Wednesday: Scattered showers and storms are possible once again by the afternoon as a front begins to move into the region. Storms may produce gusty wind, heavy rain, and lightning. Highs in the lower 90s. 

Thursday: As of now, drier air looks to move in thanks to the passing front, which would limit rain coverage. For now, rain coverage looks to be around 30 percent. The front may stall to our south. Highs in the low and mid 90s. 

Friday: Rain chances start to come back up a bit. Scattered showers and storms are possible during the afternoon and evening. Highs near 90 degrees. 

Labor Day Weekend: Unsettled weather returns. Daily storm coverage looks to be around 60 to 70 percent. Highs in the mid and upper 80s. Estimated seven-day rain totals are currently around 2 to 3 inches with locally higher amounts over 3 inches.

Tracking the Tropics: A couple of tropical waves are being monitored by the National Hurricane Center. One wave is moving in the Caribbean and has nearly a zero percent chance for development. Then, there’s a disturbance that likely will develop into a tropical depression or even Danielle in the coming days. For now, it may stay out to sea or track toward the East coast. A disturbance coming off the coast of Africa could develop into a tropical system, but it will likely track across the open Atlantic. No imminent threats as of now. Keep in mind, most hurricanes develop during the months of August, September, and October, on average.