TONIGHT: Scattered storms will continue through the evening, especially (inland) west of I-95. After sunset storms will start to weaken due to loss of daytime heating/energy. A few showers and storms could still linger between 11 PM - 1 AM...before eventually dissipating. Overnight into Tuesday morning our focus will then shift east of I-95 and along our coastline...where a couple isolated showers are possible. Patchy fog could develop around sunrise, especially in areas that received rain Monday. Lows, muggy, in the mid 70s.
TUESDAY: Another round of scattered storms on the way thanks to heating, moisture, and the sea breeze. This pattern is very typical for late Summer. Although there will be a *chance* of rain (20-30%) east of I-95, BEST rain chances (30-40%) will be inland west of I-95 where ingredients are a little better. Some storms could produce heavy rain / localized flooding, lightning, and gusty winds. A few on the strong to severe side can't be ruled out. Plenty of sunshine, heat, and humidity with highs in the lower to mid 90s. Heat index values between 100°-105°. Stay cool and properly hydrated.
THE WEEK AHEAD: No major or significant changes over the next several days. Expect scattered storms Wednesday as a cool front approaches from the north/northwest. This front will stall out and dissipate just north of our area. Rain chances at 30% for Friday into the weekend, especially during the afternoon and evening. Remaining hot and humid with highs above average in the lower 90s. Heat index values even higher! Another cool front will approach from the north/northwest Sunday into Monday. Currently it's too early to determine what this front will do to both temperatures and rain chances. Make sure to check for updates to the forecast throughout the week!
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