A TYPICAL SUMMERTIME WEATHER PATTERN WILL BRING WARM AND HUMID CONDITIONS WITH SEVERAL CHANCES OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS

After a very pleasant period of weather when onshore winds brought below normal temperatures, we are now transitioning back to a summer-like weather pattern. Temperatures and humidity levels will be higher as our winds switch around to a more southerly direction. Over the next several days we should see several chances for showers and thunderstorms as upper-level impulses move through the region. In addition, there will be a cold front approaching the area later in the week, which should raise rain chances. As I stated in my previous post, predicting the intensity, location, coverage, and timing of the rainfall is impossible in a pattern like this. It appears that the highest chances of heavier rain will be in the inland counties, but heavy showers or storms can develop anywhere, even in our coastal regions… Rip currents have been an issue along the oceanfront the past few days. Please be careful if you are going in the water. That’s it for now. Have a great day.

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