Scattered strong storms with frequent lightning will continue through mid-evening. Activity will wind down within a few hours of sunset with the loss of daytime heating and weakening outflow boundaries.

An unsettled pattern along with onshore flow and a stalled out frontal boundary across the southeast will keep rain chances high through Wednesday with 50% - 60% rain coverage.

Rain chances drop down to 40% coverage by Thursday.

Tropical Depression # 2 has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean. The center of the system is located about 1,100 miles east of the Lesser Antilles, and moving west at 16 mph. Maximum sustained winds are 35 miles per hour. Environmental conditions will become unfavorable for development beyond the next few days, and little strengthening is expected.

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