The Hottest One Yet

Today

We will ramp up both the heat and humidity today, making it the hottest day of the heat wave so far. The heat watch still remains in effect, and in full swing! Temperatures will be in the low to mid 90s, with feels like temps in the upper 90s, and a chance of reaching over 100 degrees. The possibility of precipitation during the day is no longer on our radar and should be clear and sunny. Storms are expected to happen north of us, but nothing can be ruled out given favorable conditions.

Nighttime will bring light winds and temperatures in the high 60s. There is also a chance of fog late tonight and into tomorrow morning.

The temperatures throughout the day today, reaching in the upper 90s.

Next Few Days

Tomrrow morning will bring a foggy start. The heat watch will continue into tomorrow and Sunday, with a chance of the watch turning into a warning on Sunday. Upper 90s are expected tomorrow, with Sunday possibly being even warmer. There is a possibility of precipitation and storms tomorrow late afternoon into the evening, and temps at night will be warm and muggy.

Sunday will be the hottest day of the heat wave, with temps reaching the high 90s and the heat index reaching 105 degrees. There is a higher chance of storms on Sunday, which could be severe. This will all depend on the strength and position of the cold front coming in, and will be better understood as the next few days go on.

The SPC’s outlook for tomorrow, showing isolated thunderstorms throughout the evening.

Shore

The shore stays clear of the heat watch, and is a great place to cool off! Slightly windy, with numbers between 10 and 20 mph. There seems to be some expected upwelling, which means the bottom layer of the ocean is brought to the top. This could possibly make the waters colder, and the fishing better! Wave heights are between 2 and 3 ft. Rip currents remain at a moderate risk today.

Tropical

Alberto continues to make landfall on Mexico and is causing flooding, but circulation has officially ceased.

There is another low pressure system forming along the northern coast of Central America, and has a low chance of forming as of now.

The group of storms off the coast of Georgia has become more organized, but lacks any circulation. However, confidence in forming has increased to the 40-60% range.

Have a great day, and stay cool out there!

-Lexi Dooley

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