Scattered storms continue through sunset

Daily sea breeze showers will fire up after lunch

Sundays Temperature Trend (wjxt)

Our seasonal weekend continues with party cloudy skies and scattered thunderstorms following us through sunset tonight. We can expect brief periods of moderate rainfall and lightning with these storms.

A few clouds will stick around overnight as we dry out and mild temperatures settle in the mid to upper 70s.

Keep that rain gear handy - we’ll stay in a wet weather pattern with daily rain chances and highs in the 90s through Friday.

The tropics are super busy with Tropical Storm Hanna, our first Hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season on Saturday. Hanna made landfall on Padre Island, Texas at 6 p.m. EST. Gonzalo has weakened and is no longer a tropical system, just an unorganized cluster of thunderstorms. Now were watching a broad area of low pressure in the Mid Atlantic that has a 90% chance of development in the next 5 days.

These are just big reminders that the hurricane season is in full swing, way ahead of schedule. Please DO get into the swing of it too! Time to go through your check list, if you need a reminder head to our hurricane section.

7-Day Forecast (wjxt)

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