After a morning of heavy tropical rainfall, we will see the weather pattern settle down and rain head southward along the edge of a somewhat cooler air mass. Conditions will keep clouds in the area for most of the day Tuesday. High pressure builds back in for the rest of the week.
Tuesday morning will start off cloudy with temperatures in the mid 60’s and light north winds. This will be the first of several cool mornings for the region. Tropical moisture riding up over a cooler air mass at the surface will keep things cloudy going into the lunch hour. Temperatures will climb into the low and mid 70’s. Tuesday afternoon will bring a light north northeast wind with very low rain chances. Clouds will continue to rule the skies keeping peak afternoon temperatures near 80. Tuesday evening will see temperatures drop into the low 70s under cloudy skies.
Long term – high pressure will begin to build back into the region by Wednesday. Clouds will break and also warming to begin. A reinforcing cool air mass will drop into the region on Thursday. There will not be much in the way of moisture to work with so, I am not expecting much in the way of rain. It will help to keep temperatures cool for the rest of the week.
Today's Record Temperatures