After a Warm & Humid Wednesday, Showers & T-Storms At Night

Increasing clouds tonight, patchy fog, isolated thunderstorm after midnight. Warm overnight and more humid by morning. Mid to upper 60s.

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Wednesday, early fog gives way to partly sunny and breezy conditions. South winds of 10-20 MPH. Upper 70s and low 80s, humid. Wednesday night, showers and thunderstorms after 10 P.M. Heavy rain possible with a few of the storms. Upper 60s.

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Thursday, showers with a few thunderstorms remain in the forecast. Not hot, but humid with temps in the low to mid 70s. Thursday night, a few showers. Mid-60s.

Friday and Saturday, forecast hinges on the tropics. Not Hurricane Nicholas that is having an impact on Texas and Louisiana currently, but an area of thunderstorms currently east of the Bahamas. As this area of thunderstorms lifts North, watching closely to see how far North the rain lifts. At this time, some showers for Friday with the core of the heaviest of rain remaining offshore. Current scenario has the heavy rain exiting out to sea and leaving behind plenty of clouds for Saturday. Watching closely. If the heavier rain were to track a bit more West, Saturday would have more rain expected. For now, left it dry. Humid Friday through the weekend. High temps around 80°. Overnight low temps in the 60s. Regardless with how the rain plays out for Friday and Saturday, Sunday will be sunny. Monday and Tuesday will also remain sunny, warm and humid.

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ABC6 Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Desnoyers

Email: jdesnoyers@abc6.com