SYNOPSIS – The hot and humid conditions are here and they are going to be here to stay. The next couple of days should be very similar. Tonight temperatures will be slow to cool off and we will only bottom out in the low and mid 70s by tomorrow morning. Expect partly sunny skies until sunset then becoming partly cloudy. Tomorrow we will see a small increase in rain chances due to the influence of the remnants of Erika. This means our GA & FL zones will have the best chance of rain. Highs tomorrow will be in the low and mid 90s. Slight rain chances will stay with us for the remainder of the week. This weekend they will spike around 30% from extra moisture and a energy moving in. Overall the pattern in the next 7 days looks fairly dry and hot. Temperatures will begin to relax to end the week. TONIGHT – Partly Cloudy. Low: 72 Wind: NE 5 mph. Rain: 0% TOMORROW - Muggy. Partly Cloudy. Stray Shower Possible High: 93 Wind: NNW 5-10. Rain: 20%
COASTAL FORECAST TOMORROW – Partly Sunny. Rain: 25%. NE winds switching to SW late afternoon. Seas 1-2 ft. Smooth on coastal lakes and bays. High chance for rip currents. Expect red flags. UV: 8. Water Temp: 85.
TROPICAL UPDATE – The remnants of Erika are in the eastern gulf, but with all the factors regeneration will not occur. Just looks like it will provide rain to the big bend of FL. Otherwise the tropics look mostly quiet with the exception of hurricane Fred in the far east Atlantic. Fred is weakening quickly and will become an remnant low pressure. Otherwise the rest of the tropics look quiet.
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