Tonight we will be very comfortable with low humidity! Temperatures will drop into the upper-80s by 7PM, and the upper-70s by 11PM. Our overnight lows will be in the lower-70s under clear skies.
Tuesday will start with fantastic conditions! Temperatures will be in the lower-70s with low humidity. Under sunny skies we will warm to a high temperature of 94°. Winds will shift late Tuesday coming in from the southeast. This will bring back our humid feel for Wednesday.
A look back at the rain:
It was great to finally get some rain. There was a wide range in amounts. I don’t expect much rain this week but we do have small chances at the end of the week and early next week.
Tracking the Tropics:
The Gulf of Mexico is storm free, but there are a few areas we are watching in the Atlantic. Nigel is a category 1 hurricane. It will strengthen and move north through the Atlantic - not making a direct hit on the U.S. or Canada. There is another area to watch in the Atlantic which has a 70% chance to become Ophelia in the next few days. There is a also a cluster of thunderstorms off the SE Coast that has a low chance for development. More on the potential SE storm below.
The area off the SE coast currently has a low chance for development. It will not be a threat to the Gulf but several models do show it forming and impacting the Georgia/Carolina coast lines this weekend with heavy rainfall. This is something to watch.
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Rain chances this week are small this week but we can see a passing sea breeze shower or storm Thursday. We’re watching a front next week that will bring rain chances beginning Sunday and highs in the lower-90s.