HEAT AND HUMIDITY LAST INTO THE WORK WEEK
90 STREAK CONTINUES
DAILY CHANCE OF ISOLATED-SCATTERED POP-UP THUNDERSHOWERS
KEEPING AN EYE ON THE TROPICS
This afternoon/evening: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. A stray shower in spots during the afternoon and evening. Highs 88-94. Light wind from the NE at times.
Sunday Night: Isolated shower or storm early, then becoming partly to mostly cloudy. Patchy fog. Lows 63-70. Light wind.
Monday: Mostly Sunny and hot. Isolated PM Shower. Highs 88-93.
Monday Night: Partly Cloudy. Isolated pockets of fog in spots. Lows falling into the mid to upper 60s.
After a hot weekend, the heat continues into the work week. Daytime highs will climb into the 90s through early next week. It seems like another heat wave is here! That will add to our total of 90 degee or higher days, which is quickly heading towards 50! The most ever was 55. We'll see if we reach that... We may be close this year!
A tropical disturbance near southern Florida will track west/northwest toward the Gulf of Mexico early next week. It's possible that this disturbance will develop into a tropical storm over the coming days. The StormTrack 5 weather team will be tracking this weather system and any potential local impact, late week into late next weekend.
Temperature Outlook: Highs in the mid 80s to middle 90s. Lows in the mid to upper 60s.
Our average high is 85°, low 62°.
Meteorologist Ricky Matthews