Hit-or-miss storms sets up for Sunday
Localized flooding and strong winds are possible
- Overnight showers/storms diminish
- Sunday brings another stormy day
- Stay alert to flood warnings!
Mostly dry conditions plus some patchy fog will develop overnight. Temperatures continue to slowly drop into the 60s and low 70s.
Scattered storms look to pop up again for our Sunday. There is still a chance for localized flooding thanks to those slow-moving storms. Most of the storms will funnel in during the afternoon and linger into the evening. Storms will be considered hit-or-miss.
The stormy, hot, and humid pattern looks to linger until the middle of next week as a cold front slowly approaches. Looks like the front will cross through sometime on Wednesday making that the wettest day next week. The frontal passage is followed by high pressure that is forecast to bring us a dryer pattern into next weekend. Behind the cold front we are expecting a dip in both high and low temperatures.
TRACKING THE TROPICS
The NHC has a 40% chance for a storm to form within the next 5 days. A Tropical Depression may form by the middle of next week.
Get updated information on the tropics in our Hurricane Center.
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