SYNOPSIS – Low pressure to our east will continue to funnel in more dry air throughout the next 36 hours until the pattern changes into mid week. More southerly flow will lead to higher chances of rain. By the end of the week a piece of energy will move into the Wiregrass giving us even higher rain chances to wrap the work week. TONIGHT – Partly cloudy skies and warm. Low: 73. Rain: 0% after 10 pm. TOMORROW – We should still feel the affects of dry air tomorrow which will inhibit rain chances. High: 97. Rain: 10% EXTENDED WED: Partly Cloudy.Stray shower possible. Low: 73 High: 94 Rain: 20% THUR: Partly cloudy. Iso Thunderstorms. Low: 73 High: 91 Rain: 30% FRI: Partly cloudy. Showers Possible. Low: 73 High: 92 Rain: 40% SAT: Iso showers and thunderstorms. Low: 75 High: 94 Rain: 30% SUN: Partly Cloudy. Stray shower possible. Low: 75 High: 95 Rain: 20% MON: . Iso showers and thunderstorms. Low: 74 High: 94 Rain: 30% COASTAL FORECAST TUESDAY – Mod Chop on Coastal Lakes and Bays. Wind SW at 15 kts. Seas 2-3 feet. Moderate Chance for Rip Currents.
TROPICAL UPDATE – The Atlantic as a whole is quiet but one area of low pressure near the Georgia coast has a 10% of developing. If it were to develop we would not be affected. Remember August is moving towards traditional peak of hurricane season so bare that in mind.
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