I am not expecting much change in our weather pattern for tomorrow. We will see another round of scattered showers fire up along the sea breeze by lunchtime tomorrow. These showers will likely spread inland into our area during the afternoon hours. It is unlikely these storms will reach severe levels however, there could be pockets of brief heavy rainfall along with some gusty winds.
Tuesday morning will start out with a mixture of clouds and sunshine along with temperatures in the low to mid 70s. High pressure will remain to the west allowing the sea breeze to become active by late morning. Scattered showers will likely develop over the coastal plains. Lunchtime temperatures will climb into the mid-80s with partly cloudy skies. Daytime heating along with the sea breeze and plenty of gulf moisture will enhance rain chances for the afternoon. Showers and storms will tend to be scattered. Peak afternoon temperatures will reach 90. Rain chances will begin to decrease after sunset. Mid evening temperatures will drop to near 80.
Long term – high pressure will flatten out over the region and begin to limit rain chances beginning Wednesday. High pressure will amplify by the end of the week and send rain chances packing. Temperatures will be on a slow warm up for the second half of the week. Forecast models take us back into triple digits early next week.
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