From Meteorologist Lauren Linahan in the 4Warn Storm Center:
SYNOPSIS – After a dry—and humid— start to the week, more showers and thunderstorms will gradually work their way into the forecast as the week progresses. Temperatures will stay slightly above average, right around 90, before a disturbance moves through Friday, helping to drop temperatures to more seasonable levels by the weekend.
TONIGHT – Mostly clear, patchy fog near sunrise. Low near 70°. Winds WNW light.
TOMORROW – Partly cloudy, stray shower. High near 90°. Winds NW at 5 mph.
TONIGHT – Partly cloudy. Low near 71°. Winds WSW light.
WED: Partly cloudy, slight rain chance. Low: 71° High: 89° 20%
THU: Partly cloudy, slight rain chance. Low: 71° High: 90° 20%
FRI: Partly sunny, isolated showers and thunderstorms. Low: 72° High: 88° 30%
SAT: Partly cloudy, slight rain chance. Low: 69° High: 86° 10%
SUN: Mostly sunny. Low: 68° High: 87°
MON: Mostly sunny. Low: 67° High: 87°
COASTAL FORECAST TUESDAY – Light Chop on Coastal Lakes and Bays. Winds W at 10 kts. Seas 1 foot.
TROPICAL UPDATE – Hurricane Jose is bringing rough surf to New England as it remains just off-shore. Maria is drawing the most attention right now, as a Category 3 hurricane on the verge of moving over the Leeward and Virgin Islands—locations already ravaged by Irma. Tropical Depression Lee remains weak on the path behind Irma, as it fizzles out in an unfavorable environment. So far, Maria looks to show no threat to the Gulf Coast, but interests along the Eastern Seaboard still need to keep an eye out.
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