Another warm and humid night with lows near 70 degrees.
Friday will start dry and muggy with partly sunny skies. Temperatures will quickly climb into the mid 80s by lunchtime before clouds thicken in advance of Tropical Storm Fay, which will move along and up the East Coast during the day. The chance of showers and thunderstorms will increase during the afternoon and into the evening as Fay draws closer.
While the speed and track of Fay is still in question, it appears that the system will be close enough to our area to produce a period of steady, soaking rain. The best chance for this rain will be late Friday night through late morning on Saturday. As the system passes by, there may be some breaks of sun behind it on Saturday afternoon. This will lead to temperatures in the mid 80s and the possibility of scattered thunderstorms for the second half of the day.
On Sunday, an upper level disturbance will pass by with more scattered showers and storms, primarily in the afternoon. Highs will be in the mid 80s.
The weather will remain warm, humid and unsettled for Monday and Tuesday with scattered thunderstorms and highs in the 80s.
Have a great night!