A high pressure system will bring warm and mostly dry weather for most of the work week. A cold front will bring the highest chance of showers and storms of the week on Friday and, mostly likely, a shot of progressively cooler and drier air for the weekend.
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY FORECAST: Expect partly sunny days with low (near 10%) chances for showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will regularly reach the 80s to locally around 90 for the afternoon and fall to the 60s and 70s at night.
FRIDAY THROUGH WEEKEND FORECAST: Friday's shower and thunderstorm chance will be an elevated 50%. Saturday will feature a lower 30% rain chance and Sunday's chance could be near 0%. Expect highs mainly in the mid 80s for Friday and near 80 for the weekend days.
TROPICAL AREAS OF INTEREST:
- Tropical Depression Nine, near Africa, may organize into a hurricane by the middle of the week but is not a great threat to cross the Atlantic Ocean.
- The remnants of Tropical Storm Gabrielle have a chance to redevelop near Bermuda this week, but as of late Sunday, wind shear in the area is hampering the system's organization.
First Alert Meteorologists Gannon Medwick, Colin Hackman, Eric Davis, and Iisha Scott will keep you updated.
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