TODAY: A mid to upper level high pressure ridge will remain in control... while at the surface Atlantic high pressure will continue to remain to our east. It will be hot and humid... especially inland of the coastline. Look for partly sunny skies with hit or miss afternoon showers or thunderstorms... along the seabreeze near the coast and further inland due to a trough. Locally heavy rain is possible due to high moisture content and erratic thunderstorm movement. Highs will reach the low to mid 90s inland... and around 90 on the Atlantic shore. Winds southwest becoming southeast at 5-10 mph. The chance of rain this afternoon is 30%.
TONIGHT: A stray shower or thunderstorm this evening... otherwise variably cloudy skies tonight. Patchy fog developing late. Warm and muggy lows in the mid to upper 70s. Winds south becoming southwest around 5 mph. The chance of rain this evening is 20%.
WEDNESDAY: A cold front will approach the region from the north/northwest. The frontal trough will combine with the seabreeze to bring isolated showers or thunderstorms under partly cloudy skies. Highs will still be rather hot and humid... with the low to mid 90s inland... to near 90 on the islands. The chance of rain is 20%.
LATE WEEK: Perhaps a slight weakening of the upper ridge late this week as the cold front stalls and dissipates north of the region. No notable changes in the day to day weather... with partly cloudy skies each day and isolated showers or thunderstorms. Highs will return to seasonable for early September... around 90. The chance of rain each day is 20%.
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