WEEKEND IS HERE! WEATHER LOOKS QUITE ALRIGHT
We're in a stagnant weather pattern with rich moisture in place and a sunny sky leading to daily showers and storms. This will be the case for your weekend, but don't go cancel your plans just yet.
The weekend weather will indeed feature spotty showers and thundershowers, but mostly confined to the afternoon and early-evening hours. Plenty of dry times will allow for very pleasant weather. Each day should start sunny and nice, in the middle 70's with the possibility of some fog. Then each afternoon will be cloudier with scattered storms, some strong. The most likely time for rain will be from Noon-6pm but a stray shower will be possible outside of that window of time. The biggest impact from weekend storms will be lightning and heavy rain. Most of these should stay inland, west of Interstate 95. A few will sneak toward the coast though. Right now Sunday appears to be the drier, better weekend day. In fact a bit of a drying trend continues into Monday. Then for the rest of the upcoming week, we'll stay partly cloudy with scattered showers.
Tropics: Karl will impact Bermuda Saturday then head out to sea, away from the U.S. Lisa continues to weaken and move away from the U.S. Another tropical wave is moving west across the Atlantic Ocean with a chance of development in the Caribbean. We'll keep you updated.
BEACH/BOATING THIS WEEKEND: Mostly sunny, chance of isolated thunderstorms. Southwest wind 5-10 knots in the morning, turning east at 10 knots in the afternoon. Waves 1-3 feet. Moderate risk of rip currents. Water temp: 85. High tide between 3-5 p.m.
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