SUMMERY WEEK AHEAD
Sunshine with scattered midday and afternoon rain showers and thunderstorms will develop Tuesday. A few areas of rain and lightning will pop up up along the seabreeze, which should begin to develop around 11am-noon, pushing showers and storms up near I-95 at that time, then drift westward as the day goes on. Lightning will be the greatest threat within any given storm, but locally there will be very heavy rain, and isolated high wind gusts to 40 mph. Keep an ear out for thunder while out and about. When you hear it, head indoors and wait for any storms to pass.
For Wednesday and Thursday rain chances drop to 20% with lots of sun and heat.
Deep tropical moisture surges back in by the end of the week and the weekend. This will boost our rain chances substantially especially by Sunday and Monday.
BEACH/BOATING OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY: A low risk for rip currents are expected at area beaches. Check in with local lifeguards for more information. The UV Index is Very High, lather up the sunscreen. Winds southeast 5-10 knots for boaters. Seas 1-2 feet. Surf Temp: 81-84.
Today's Record Temperatures