MONDAY:  Storms continue along the coast Monday afternoon. Clouds increase in the afternoon as well as scattered showers and storms. Heaviest will be along the coastal section. Inland locations will see more sunshine than the coast. Where we see the clouds and storms most, temperatures will be cooler, where the sunshine pops out longer temperatures will warm into the lower 90s.

MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy, coastal showers. Lows 72-76 inland, 74-78 coastal. South wind 5-10 mph

MARINE: Monday, South wind 10-15 knots. Seas 2 to 4 feet. Moderate chop on adjacent rivers and sounds with a moderate rip current threat.  High Tide 10:11am, Low Tide 4:16pm


We're tracking scattered thunderstorms in the StormTrack 12 weather center. Storms will be most prevalent along the coast Monday afternoon. Clouds will hang on along the coast which will keep temperatures in the mid 80s. Sunshine inland will boost temperatures close to the 90 degree mark.

Rain and storms will last through Tuesday evening. Overnight low temperatures will drop to the 70s. Models indicate a wet morning commute on Tuesday. An isolated thunderstorm chance returns Tuesday afternoon.

Conditions dry out Wednesday with sunshine and temperatures in the mid 90s. Heat indices will be in the low 100s. Scattered rain and thunderstorm chances return for the end of the work week.

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Our normal high 89°, low 72°.

---Meteorologist Mallory LaPella