Today was noticeably less hot for the north shore and areas west of the city as a cluster of storms brought clouds & cooling showers. The south shore wasn't so lucky as we stayed hot & dry.
A weak frontal boundary will stagger down to the coast on Wednesday. It could trigger a few storms, mainly south of the CBD, but rain coverage should be limited to 20-30% at best.
Few, if any, showers are likely for Thursday & Friday so you know it'll still be hot. The drier air should make the evenings feel better, especially on the north shore. Rain chances will increase late this weekend into next week as an upper low is predicted to form over the Gulf Coast.
- Bob Breck
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