Another hot and humid day

After having our hottest day of the year so far another hot and humid day is on tap for today, chance of afternoon thunder showers, highs again near 90 degrees.

Tonight showers and thunderstorms more likely, lows near 70.

Cold front coming through on Wednesday, chance of a thunderstorm, highs in the mid 80s.

Cooler and less humid Thursday into Friday, highs in the 70s.

Good chance of showers on Saturday, clearing Sunday, highs in the 70s.

Hot and humid Memorial day

Today will be hot and humid with some thunderstorms possible, high can reach the lower90s

Cold front approaching from the west will move through late Tuesday still quite warm, high in the upper 80s, thunderstorms likely with the front.

Wednesday into Thursday cooler and less humid, highs in the 70s

Tropical storm Beryl hit near the Florida and Georgia line around midnite. People I know we’re on a cruise and went through the storm last night, tough to walk around but no one got sick.

Warm and muggy weekend with some sun, some showers! Tropical storm Beryl forms off the South Carolina coast!

Today we will have warmer weather with partly sunny skies, humid with a chance of showers and thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening.. Highs in the mid 80s

Tonight, mostly cloudy with a chance of a thundershower lows in the 60s.

Sunday more clouds around and still a risk of a late day thundershower, not quite as warm with highs near 80.

Memorial Day will be partly sunny with still a risk of a afternoon thunderstorm, highs in the mid 80s.

Tuesday and Wednesday – Summer time weather continues, some sun but still chances of thunderstorms, highs in the 80s

Thursday and Friday – Less humid and mainly dry, highs 70s

Marine Forecast – winds and sea below advisory levels through the weekend, boaters beware of night time and early morning fog and afternoon thundershowers…

Tropical Storm Beryl as formed off the South Carolina coast, forecast calls for the storm to come ashore in Northern Florida on Sunday then moving back over the open water early next week.