SATURDAY NIGHT Storms have cleared out, and we're just left with a cloudy and muggy atmosphere, We'll continue to see a southwesterly flow to our winds at 10 to 15 mph. However shower activity will have mostly cleared out, with only a few lingering sprinkles at best. Thanks to the overcast SUNDAY In the wake of Saturday's storms, we'll see more sunshine breaking through the clouds. Now that the warm front has pushed through, we'll see temperatures rise quickly to the mid to upper 80s. We'll have a nice westerly wind with possible 25 mph gusts. There is a small chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm, but dynamics don't see to support much pop up activity. SUNDAY NIGHT We can expect to have a much more calm night. After a very warm day on Sunday temperatures will fall into the low 60s during the overnight hours, but we will keep most of the clouds around. Still should have a fair amount of break in the clouds the further the night goes on. EXTENDED Monday expect to have a mostly cloudy day with very hit or miss rain chances, but for the most part staying dry. The forecast becomes a little more tricky heading into Tuesday. A gulf low will make its way east and based upon its location will determine how much rain we will see. Thinking right now is that Tuesday will be wet with a few rumbles.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Sunday - Mostly Cloudy Rip Current Risk: Moderate Wind: S 5-10 kts Seas: 2 ft Bays: Light Chop UV Index: 7 Water Temp: 75°
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