The threat of a shower or thunderstorm in the early evening is between 20 and 30%.
Otherwise, it will be a balmy night ahead as lows drop between the upper 60s and lower 70s.
Some more drier air will move into the region on Monday.
This, coupled with our first Saharan dust plume, will help reduce the chance of rain.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies are expected as highs push into the upper 80s.
An isolated thunderstorm in the late afternoon/evening cannot be ruled out.
However, scattered showers and thunderstorms will be back on Tuesday and Wednesday as the higher level energy pulses combine with the humid Gulf atmosphere we will have in place.
Locally heavy rains could sometimes be possible.
Activity will begin to wind down Thursday morning with sunny skies returning in the afternoon.
2-4″ of precipitation possible during this time.
Noticeably cooler Thursday evening/Friday morning as lows drop to the lower 60s.
Lots of sun and more comfortable humidity on Friday.
Memorial Day weekend is looking good with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.
The highs will push the upper 80s towards the lower 90s.
Have a good week!
In the tropics:
The NHC is monitoring a small area of disturbed weather in the northern Gulf.
Development is unlikely but will bring tropical squalls to the southeast in the coming days.
The rest of the Atlantic is calm at this time.
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