Showers and storms should become more widespread across the region Wednesday morning and afternoon. Temperatures peak in the middle and upper 80s this afternoon then fall through the 70s during the evening.
Normal highs & lows: 80 & 57. That said, the slow-moving nature of these bands of rain can lead to isolated flooding by week’s end.
The big weather story is the slight chance of storms this morning and the continued storm chances everyday through the weekend. Hail and high winds will be possible in our strongest storms today. The low will be near 62 with a high on Thursday near 78 degrees. Heavier storms are producing heavy rain and gusty winds, but they are below severe levels.
Cooler weather arrives for today with increasing chances of rain.
FRIDAY: Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Wednesday will be similar, with numerous scattered showers and storms that could form at any time. It may stay just close enough to keep clouds around with the chance for a few showers. This unsettled pattern will result in daily rain chances through the entire week.
After a brief lull during the mid overnight hours, we should see a few spotty showers and storms develop near daybreak.
Highs will be cooler on all three days with temperatures ranging from the upper 70s to lower 80s. Highs 83-85 inland, 78-80 beaches.