Each day through at least Wednesday, heavy rain will pose a threat for flooding in the FOX 8 viewing area thanks to deep tropical moisture moving over the region.A persistent onshore flow will also allow for higher than normal tides on east-facing shores.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of the season for many and the weather is certainly cooperating. There is plenty of moisture in place keeping a muggy feel to the air and fuel for passing storms. Temperatures climb to just around the 90 degree mark each day.
The holiday weekend will start typically hot and muggy with highs around 90. Each afternoon will feature a chance for spotty storms. A surge of tropical moisture will move into the area as early as Memorial Day.
Expect hot and sunny conditions today through the end of the week. Highs will reach the low 90s with rain unlikely. A few spotty storms will return Saturday afternoon. Then, Sunday could be a transition between spotty storms and more widespread rain that is likely by early next week.
After a pleasant start, today will be hot and sunny. Highs will reach the upper 80s to near 90. A disturbance will move our way tonight and into Wednesday, sparking showers and storms. The extra rain and cloud cover will likely keep temperatures in the low to mid 80s.
Rain continues this morning for some, continuing flooding problems that began overnight. Pop-up afternoon storms will also be possible. For areas that received a lot of rain overnight, this could be problematic and reignite flooding concerns.
Hot and humid conditions are in the forecast today with highs reaching near 90 degrees. Combine that with the higher humidity and it will definitely feel like an early summer day. Fortunately, it won’t last long as another cold front moves in by Wednesday morning.