Quiet through Sunday, unsettled pattern starts Sunday night
Humidity rises Sunday. It’s not extreme, but the air will feel a bit muggy. Humidity drops again Monday and Tuesday before levels rise midweek.
Sunday looks like a great beach day. We’ve had concerns over the past couple of days for rough surf and dangerous rip currents as Hurricane Larry passed offshore. On Sunday, we’ll begin to see some improvement, but we’ll still have a moderate rip current risk. Please remember, there are no lifeguards on duty now.
Sunday night, a frontal system brings a chance of showers and thunderstorms. It’s the start of an unsettled pattern that brings occasional shower chances through midweek as that frontal boundary meanders back and forth across our area. There will be plenty of dry breaks, too. Most showers fall late at night and early in the morning, leaving more dry breaks each day.
After that unsettled pattern, we’ll begin to clear things out on Thursday with sunshine remaining in the forecast into next weekend.
Tim Studebaker, StormTracker Meteorologist