Tonight: Most rain fades around sunset or shortly after. Areas of patchy fog are possible. Morning lows will be in the 70s.

Wednesday: Increased tropical moisture and a weak low will lead to some heavy rain in the area. Storms will start near the coast in the morning and spread inland and grow in intensity and coverage as the day progresses. Rain coverage will be numerous to potentially even widespread. Storms may produce very heavy rain, localized flash flooding, gusty wind, and frequent lightning. Clouds and rain should keep our high temperatures down in the upper 80s to lower 90s.

Thursday & Friday: Scattered to numerous showers and storms that will have the potential to produce heavy rain and localized flash flooding – especially for the areas that are very saturated from previous rains. Daily highs will be in the upper 80s to lower 90s before the storms arrive. Rain coverage may come down a bit leading up to the weekend if the low continues to move to the west.  

This Weekend: Scattered showers and storms continue to be a good bet over the weekend, but rain coverage should not be widespread. Also, we’re not expecting a weekend washout. Highs in the lower 90s. 

Next Week: Daily storm chances continue with highs in the lower 90s. 

Tracking the Tropics: No tropical development expected during the next 5 days. Even beyond the next 5 days, the tropics look rather quiet. Climatologically speaking, the tropics begin to really heat up later in August, leading up to the peak of hurricane season in September. 

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