Th front that cam through the area was too weak to dislodge the warm air so we have another hot day with temps again near 90 or in the lower 90s south. As a reinforcement of moisture from the ocean occurs due to a push of cooler air down the east coast, temps will settle the next several days in the upper 70s to mid 80s.
Rain! We will have a lot of chances of rain over the next several days. Showers could be locally heavy with a large amount of moisture pushing up from the south and off the ocean as part of the squeeze of the approaching Danny and frontal/storm system to the west. Although storms will be possible, local soaking rain showers seem more likely. With that in mind some localized flooding is not out of the question. Rain will be influenced by Danny, but how much is hard to determine. Best scenario now shows the system staying off shore and tightening the flow off the ocean which will provide some breezes, but nothing too substantial. The ocean will be rough so beach goers will not be too happy!
As the storm from the west makes it eastward it will be moved along by a front that should pass later Sunday into early Monday. And then temps go unseasonably cool with highs staying the 70s to low 80s. Some mountains could see 40s for lows next week. The drier and cooler air looks to stay present all week, though the coolest air looks Tuesday into Wednesday!
Danny has been forming and re-forming its center the last 24 hours. He may be able to strengthen to Hurricane status and then become a formidable gale center as he moves up the east coast.
I expect a few smaller updates possible as more information on Danny becomes available.
All for now!