Tropics remain relatively Calm! Hotter conditions with Humidity returns to all the region today. Typical late day Thunderstorms. More numerous thunderstorms possible later this week with seasonal temps

Summary: Typical Summertime weather as the Bermuda High starts cranking up the humidity and the the temps stay in the upper 80’s and Low 90’s. With this comes the typical risk of afternoon and evening thunderstorms. The chances are relatively low today, increase tomorrow, and peak on Friday. A chance remains this weekend and I again have some concern that some areas could see some heavy rainfalls, but it will not be widespread. Otherwise, not much going on here!

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Tropics: Tropics remain quiet for now! See the latest info in the Tropical Center .

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