With high pressure to our north, we will stay dry and pleasant over the next several days! Temperatures will be seasonable today, topping out in the upper 80s. We will continue to see easterly winds which could cause minor coastal flooding over the next several days. Sunshine continues for the remainder of the week with no rain chances in sight through Saturday. The humidity will remain low over the next couple days; slowly creeping up by the weekend. As a cold front approaches on Sunday, we will see a slight chance of some showers by early next week.
Tropical Storm Gaston is west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands and is forecast to become a hurricane just about any time, it is not a threat to land. We are also tracking another tropical wave (Invest 99L), which nearing the Lesser Antilles. The Hurricane Hunters have investigated the system and found it to be poorly organized and not expected to strengthen any time soon. It will encounter a lot of dry air the next few days, but after that has a 70% chance of development, and could eventually approach the Bahamas this weekend.
Wednesday, mostly sunny and pleasant, highs in the upper 80s.
Wednesday night, mainly clear and comfortable, lows near 70.
Thursday, lots of sunshine, high near 90
H: 1:38pm L: 8:02pm
Today's Record Temperatures