Overnight - Cloudy skies with scattered showers/storms throughout the night. Tropical Moisture is being brought up from "Invest 92-L" and that will mean numerous rounds of rain the next 24 hours.
Friday - Cloudy skies for the morning, and even a few quick showers for the morning drive. Thick and muggy conditions, but dry for the first half of the day will become very hot by mid-afternoon with some sunshine returning for a few hours. High temps around 89 degrees. Then scattered thunderstorms develop rapidly after 1pm. 70% coverage of thunderstorms through 11pm is expected.
Late Friday night/early Saturday morning we could see "Tropical Storm Fernand".
Saturday: Depending on what happens in the Gulf, this could change in the next 24 hours. For now, we are expecting a brief break in the Tropical Moisture and that should allow for fewer storms, and more sunshine. Forecast will call for mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with a high near 92. E/SE winds between 2-10mph. Coverage of rain/storms is 50% in the afternoon and evening (3pm-8pm).
Sunday: Tropical Moisture starts to return so we will likely be back to around a 60%-70% coverage of thunderstorms throughout the day (mainly afternoon and evening. Variable clouds and a high temperature of 90 is forecasted. East winds around 10-15mph.
Chief Meteorologist Jim Van Fleet