ANOTHER SCORCHER FRIDAY...TRACKING TWO TROPICAL WAVES
The air mass overhead continues to be slightly drier than average, with stable air too. That means we'll have below-average rain chances again Friday with isolated showers possible, but widespread rain unlikely. At the same time, temperatures will peak in the low to mid 90's once again, feeling as hot as 105 degrees!
We're tracking two tropical waves in the eastern Atlantic, of which both have the chance of developing into a tropical depression in the next few days. One of the tropical waves will be nearby or overhead our area Tuesday into Wednesday of next week, resulting in more widespread showers and storms. We do not expect wild tropical weather, but probably cloudier weather with more thunderstorms. We'll update you daily on what to expect!
BEACH/BOATING OUTLOOK FRIDAY: Sunny conditions with an isolated thunderstorm possible. Chance of rain: 10%. Air temperature 92 degrees. Water at 86 degrees. Southeast 5-10 knots, waves 1-2 feet, and high tide is around 5 p.m.
Today's Record Temperatures