Upper 80s and lower 90s will be the temps through next Wednesday when a front approaches and will likely knock temperatures back a few degrees.
For most it will be drier time, but today and tomorrow the coastal regions of SE VA and Eastern NC may see heavy rain showers and thunderstorms. The heavy rains could result in localized flooding.Isolated storms cannot be ruled out anywhere from I-95 eastward and in some elevated areas.
TD2 is a remnant low and continues to churn over the Central Atlantic.
The next system is looking likely now to become Ana. The evolution of the system is a classic growth and I expect a Tropical depression to form later today followed by storm classification tomorrow. Based on models alone, Ana could end up at Hurricane strength as she approaches the western Caribbean. That being said, this has not been a year where storms easily stay together and form into storms. We will see.
All for now!