Today: This morning should start off warm and humid with a few areas with patchy fog in the early hours. Temperatures will warm into the low-90s as we stay dry in the morning and through the early afternoon. Scattered storms will develop mid-afternoon into the evening. Overnight lows dip into the mid-70s. 

Wednesday: Storms will be possible again tomorrow, but it looks to be spotty to isolated in nature. More people will stay dry than get wet.  

Thursday: This will be the driest day in the forecast. If there is any time to get outdoors, it is Thursday. Highs will be in the upper-90s with only one or two storms possible. 

Friday-Sunday: The drier weather seen on Thursday doesn’t last long. A wet pattern returns Friday into the weekend with numerous showers and thunderstorms possible. This also reigns in highs back to the mid-upper 80s. 

Tracking the Tropics: There are 2 tropical waves to watch in the Atlantic.  

The first wave is currently east of the Caribbean and is expected to track northwest, over the Caribbean. It has a 50% chance of developing into a tropical depression or tropical storms in the next 48 hours. That bumps up to an 80% chance in the next 5 days.  

The second wave is just off the coast of West Africa. It is expected to track WNW with a 40% chance of development in the next 5 days.