A few showers and storms will be possible throughout the evening.
- Overnight showers, storms
- Temps in the upper 70s, low 80s
- Fewer storms during the week
Overnight, showers and storms will redevelop along coastal areas. Low temperatures will be in the upper 70s and low 80s near the coast.
For Monday morning, a few storms will begin early in the morning and becoming more numerous in the afternoon. Storms will move inland towards the late afternoon and evening. Rain chance is 50 percent. High temperatures will be in the upper 80s near the coast to near 90 inland. Winds will be out of the south then west.
For Tuesday through Wednesday, slightly drier air moves back into the area decreasing rain chances to 40 percent. With less coverage of storms, high temperatures will be back in the low to mid 90s. Onshore winds will be lighter, but just enough that storms will start in the coastal areas and build inland. Lows will continue to be in the upper 70s to 80 in coastal regions.
On Thursday, southerly to westerly wind increase just slightly. Storms again will start on the coast and will then shift inland. Highs will be near 90 to low 90s. It will stay muggy.
Friday and Saturday will almost be a little breezy. Winds will be southwest to west. Showers and storms will still start at the coast, then will develop inland.
More coastal storms could develop in the afternoon as well. Rain chance is 50 percent.
- Localized flooding will be possible for the Southwest and southern and central Rockies over the next few days
- Strong high pressure over the Atlantic into the Caribbean will maintain strong to near gale-force trade winds in the south-central Caribbean. These winds are forecast to continue through Monday.
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