Forecast: Quiet Overnight; Sunny & Warm Tuesday Morning

11:52 PM, Jul 15, 2013   |    comments
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Tuesday will start with mostly sunny skies. Clouds will increase during the afternoon as thunderstorms develop along the east and west coast sea breeze during the mid-afternoon hours. As we stay in an easterly flow, showers and storms will push west toward the coast.  Most of the activity will occur between 3 p.m - 9 p.m.

By Friday our winds will shift to the southwest focusing the majority of the afternoon storms for inland areas.  Temperatures will run close to normal for the rest of the workweek with high temperatures near 90 degrees and lows in the mid 70's.  The tropics remain quiet with nothing threatening in the Caribbean, Atlantic, or Gulf of Mexico.

 

Tuesday: Sunny skies for the morning, with a low temperature around 74 degrees. Partly cloudy afternoon with a high near 90. East/Northeast winds between 5-12 mph. Thunderstorms developing mid-afternoon. Coverage of storms is 50%-60%, and expected between 3 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Wednesday: Sunny skies for the morning, with a low temperature around 75 degrees. Partly cloudy afternoon with a high near 90. Northeast winds between 5-12 mph. Thunderstorms developing mid-afternoon. Coverage of storms is 40%-50% between 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Thursday: Mostly sunny in the morning, with a low of 75 degrees. Clouds increase through the afternoon with a high near 89. East winds between 5-7 mph. Thunderstorms developing mid-afternoon. Coverage of storms is 50% - 60% between 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Friday Mostly sunny in the morning, with a low temperature around 76 degrees. Partly cloudy skies in the afternoon with a high of 90 degrees and light southwest winds. Thunderstorms developing mid-afternoon. Coverage of storms is 30%.

Saturday Sunny skies for the morning, with a low temperature around 76 degrees. Partly cloudy skies in the afternoon with a high of 91 degrees and light southwest winds between 5-7 mph. Thunderstorms developing mid-afternoon. Coverage of storms is 40%

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