Last night was already sticky and warm enough, but tonight will continue our trend of increasing in temperature and humidity. Tonight’s low will drop to around 78 with high humidity and mostly cloudy skies. Tomorrow’s afternoon high will stay fairly consistent with the last few days, right around 85, with sticky conditions and a slight chance of daytime heating/sea breeze showers and thunderstorms. We won’t see significantly different weather until our next cold front begins to move in on Sunday.
While I expect cloud cover and rain chances to increase on Saturday afternoon as the front begins to move closer, it won’t be until Sunday afternoon that the stronger storms begin to move in. Right now these storms seem to be trending on the weaker, more disorganized side of things, but regardless will be efficient rain producers and could bring several inches of rain to the coast in a short time. That means flooding & flash flooding will likely be the biggest threats, but it’s a bit too early to rule out severe weather altogether. We’ll continue to monitor the situation through the weekend and update as necessary.