THROUGH TONIGHT: Nighttime temperatures will be warmer (upper
70s, near 80) thanks to the warm afternoon and a strong southwest flow.
An isolated, short-lived shower or downpour is possible, but mostly dry
conditions will prevail. Winds will stay breezy overnight out of the
MONDAY: Monday is looking hot, humid, and stormy with the approach of a cold front. Temperatures combined with muggy dew points are likely to produce sweltering heat indices near 104 degrees. Scattered showers and strong to possibly severe thunderstorms are likely with damaging winds and hail as the main hazards.
TUESDAY-FRIDAY: Tuesday will feel as if Fall has
arrived early (a complete change from Monday)! After the front moves
offshore, a period of lower rain chances and lower temperatures (80s by
day, 60s at night) is expected for the midweek days.
TROPICS: A tropical wave located several hundred miles southwest of the Cape Verde Islands has a 40% chance of developing over the next five days. Development should be slow to occur as the system moves towards the west at 10 to 15 mph. Environmental conditions are expected to become slightly more conducive for development by the middle of this week.