Another unseasonably hot and humid day is leading to a few mainly inland showers and thunderstorms into early this evening. Rain will move south at 10-15 mph with a few neighborhoods managing a half inch to an inch of rain though coverage will be less than half the area. The beaches stay dry and warm.
Thursday will be hot but not as extreme as past days thanks to a wind off the Atlantic. A few isolated midday and afternoon inland showers will develop with highs in the mid to upper 80s at the beaches to near or just a bit above 90 degrees inland.
Even "cooler" air for Friday with highs in the mid to upper 80s.
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The First Alert Weather Team is monitoring an area of low pressure over the Central Atlantic several hundred miles east of the Caribbean - long term development is unlikely. The rest of the Atlantic Basin is quiet for now.
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