Good Wednesday morning everyone!
It's a quiet start on radar over land once again this morning, sans a few stray spritzers that are hardly umbrella worthy. However, out into the Gulf we have some scattered showers that will likely stay out over the waters. That's producing a bit of cloud cover to start off our day and will help slow the warming process this morning with very pleasant temperatures out the door. It's a treat!
Temperatures are starting out in the upper 60s for most to near 70 on the coast. The morning clouds will gradually disperse through 9 or 10am and we'll get a bit more sunshine to warm us up to near 80 degrees by the late morning. Highs today will top out in the mid to upper 80s. But it still should be a very tolerable heat as our humidity remains low for this time of year thanks to a predominantly northerly flow.
Late in the day we'll see the sea breeze front return to the coastline. That will help spark a few late day scattered showers or rumbles of thunder on the coastline. And like yesterday, some of those rains could be briefly heavy. We'll see one more day in this pattern before the cutoff low creating this weather pattern over the Carolina's shifts further to the north.
Humidity will go back on the return by the late week and weekend, yet under high pressure we'll see more sunshine and less of a rain chance. Expect a hot, humid, and sunny finish to the week and for Father's Day Sunday.
For today, mostly sunny skies with a few scattered coastal showers or thunderstorms developing late in the afternoon. Highs today reach the mid to upper 80s. Your 7 Day Forecast shows one more day in this pattern before we crank up the heat and bring on more sunshine for the weekend.