High pressure will continue to dominate our weather through the rest of the weekend. Rain chances will remain low with only an isolated shower/storm possible along the sea breeze in the afternoon or evening. Ahead of a cold front, temperatures will soar well into the 80s. This front will slowly ease in from the north late Sunday into early Monday with little fanfare, but better rain chances will come into play Monday with the front in the vicinity. Another cold front will approach Tuesday before sliding through Wednesday resulting in slightly better chances for showers and thunderstorms. After some soggy weather through the middle of the week, it will be much quieter and drier late week. High pressure will settle in bringing more sunshine, lower humidity, and seasonal temperatures...highs in the lower 80s and lows in the middle to upper 60s.
Tropical Storm Karl is expected to become a powerful post-tropical cyclone over the North Atlantic on Sunday. Lisa, now post-tropical, is expected to dissipate over the open waters of the Atlantic over the next day or so. There is a tropical wave several hundred miles southwest of the Cape Verde Islands that has a 70% chance of development over the next 5 days.
Overnight, mild with a few passing clouds, lows 71-76.
Sunday, partly cloudy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower/storm, highs 83-88.
Sunday night, partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain, lows 72-76.
Monday, partly cloudy with scattered showers/storms possible, highs 83-86.
H: 4:01am L: 10:05am
H: 4:32pm L: 10:54pm
Today's Record Temperatures