Tonight: After heavy rain and flash flooding this morning, we will be mostly dry this evening. Areas of patchy fog are possible overnight. Morning temperatures will be in the low and mid 70s. 

Thursday & Friday: Numerous showers and storms will have the potential to produce heavy rain and localized flash flooding. Rain will likely start near the coast early in the morning before spreading inland and growing in coverage during the morning and afternoon hours. Daily highs will be in the upper 80s to lower 90s before the storms arrive. Rain coverage may come down a touch on Friday thanks to some slightly drier air moving into the region, but the tropical moisture will quickly return over the weekend.

This Weekend: Scattered showers and storms will still be a good bet over the weekend, but we’re not expecting a washout. Make sure you have a backup plan ready to go if you have outdoor plans over the weekend, especially during the afternoon hours. Afternoon high temperatures will be in the upper 80s and 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. Remember, all it takes is one!

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