Today: We had some decent rain move in overnight for many. This morning should remain mostly dry with only one or two showers or storms possible in the vicinity. Scattered to numerous shower and thunderstorm coverage is likely this afternoon. The best chances will be between 1pm and 7pm. Some of these storms could produce higher rainfall rates which could lead to isolated flash flood concerns. All of this rain is coming from a conveyor belt of moisture that has set up across the south and southeast, with higher rainfall rates possible as a frontal boundary to our north squeezes out more rain from the atmosphere. The rain should clear tonight. Overnight lows should dip into the mid-70s again with partly cloudy skies.
Friday-Sunday: Rain chances will become spottier as we enter the weekend with a little more sunshine. This will allow high temperatures to return to the low-90s. You;ll still want to grab your umbrellas!
Monday-Wednesday: Next week starts with highs near 90 with scattered thunderstorms each day.
Tracking the Tropics: No tropical development is expected in the next 5 days.