Scattered storms will continue for the rest of the afternoon and early evening hours before fizzling out tonight. Some storms could be strong to severe producing strong winds. gusty winds and frequent lightning. Otherwise, temperatures will gradually fall into the 80s and 70s tonight.
The concentration of Saharan dust we are experiencing has notably increased overnight. Allergy sufferers may find their symptoms slightly amplified as more dust moves through the region this week.
Boaters will have excellent conditions on the water. Light chop and only 1- to 2-foot wave heights are forecast ahead of our evening storms. Thankfully, our lack of activity in the tropics will continue into the weekend. The Weather Authority does not forecast any named storms forming over the next five days in the Atlantic Basin.