It becomes quite routine throughout the area with the sea breeze blowing in mid-morning and afternoon helping to deal with the daily scattered showers and storms.
Expect any remaining shower activity to start ending tonight once we lose the heat for the day.
Overnight lows will head to the low and mid-70s.
A tropical wave (nothing organized) will pass south of the coast on Sunday.
This will send cycles of humidity throughout the day, adding to the instability we will already have in place.
As a result, expect a healthy spread of tropical showers on Sunday.
It will probably be one of those days where you see a brief, heavy downpour and then the sun can come out for a while and then you sort of repeat the process throughout the day.
Afternoon highs will appear to peak in the mid-1980s.
Chances of rain remain high through Monday with copious amounts of low-level moisture remaining in place.
The trend will remain somewhat unstable for the remainder of next week with the chance of rain ranging between 40 and 50%.
The chances of rain could remain high until the 4th of July weekend as the tropical humidity continues to move in our direction.
However, we are still about a week away, so part of the forecast remains to be seen at this point.
We’ll be monitoring trends in the days to come, so stay with us for the latest news as we sort out these details.
Have a good weekend rest!
In the tropics:
We follow small areas of interest in the Atlantic.
The first is an area of disorganized downpours and thunderstorms just south of Bermuda.
It has only a 10% chance of developing when moving west towards the east coast within the next 5 days.
It is not a threat to us.
The other is the same area that we have been following for a few days in the Atlantic.
The NHC has increased and decreased the development chance and now grants him 30% development in the next 5 days.
While development is not likely with this system, we will continue to monitor the humidity associated with it as it progresses westward.
This could lead to a high risk of rain in the region by the end of next weekend and in the early parts of next week.
However, we have plenty of time to see how it goes.
The rest of the tropics are calm at this time.
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