Humid Hump day, Richard is looking ahead to the 4th of July weekend

Wet weekend


Showers, downpours and thunderstorms are moving inland under the increasing onshore flow. 

This conveyor will push the east coast sea breeze well inland with widespread coverage of showers and storms.  Strong storms this evening will focus near and along I-75.

High pressure remains to our east through Thursday with wind shifting offshore Friday as a frontal boundary moves into southeast Saturday.

Wednesday:  Partly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms, 40-70 percent.  Better chances inland as the onshore flow continues, E/SE 5-15 mph.  Morning lows in the upper 60s to 70s with patchy fog.  Afternoon highs in the 80s to low 90s inland, 80s along the beaches.

Thursday:  Muggy and buggy with patchy fog.  Wake up temperatures in the 70s.  Afternoon highs in the mid 80s along our beaches, upper 80s to low 90s inland.  Rain chances will increase through the afternoon, 30-40 percent along our beaches, 50-70 percent inland.  Wind E/SE 5-10 mph.

Looking ahead:  A stormy period will develop as the flow turns to the southwest Friday through Sunday.  The Gulf Coast sea breeze will be able to push across to highway 301, I-95 and the beaches.  This will keep potential for storms throughout the weekend.

Pollen: 2.0 Grass

12 pm 86

3 pm 87

4 pm 88

8 pm 80

10 pm 78

11 pm 77

Sunrise:  6:28 am

Sunset:  8:33 pm

About the Author:

Richard Nunn is the Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist