It was another hot day with high temperatures Saturday afternoon in the low 90s inland and middle to upper 80s along the coast. We had a lot of sunshine through the afternoon, but a few showers were able to develop over the Atlantic and move inland along the coast. The chance for showers will stay low over the next few days, but cannot be completely ruled out each afternoon.
A few showers will be able to reach the coast with breezy easterly winds overnight. There may be some brief heavy rain, but most will weaken quickly as they move inland. Partly cloudy skies are in the forecast as we head toward daybreak on Sunday with warm temperatures down into the middle to low 70s.
Sunday will be similar to Saturday with quiet weather to start, then a few storms possible during the afternoon and evening. High temperatures will again be around 90 degrees. The main concern for the weekend with be rougher ocean conditions. A moderate rip current risk will continue through Memorial Day. With onshore wind continuing, wave heights will increase and the gusty wind will cause a higher chop on the ocean and lakes. Exercise caution if heading out on the water.
Memorial Day will hold plenty of sunshine and only a slight chance for an afternoon storm. Middle to upper 80s along the coast and around 90 degrees inland.
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