Scattered storms, below-average high temperatures on Monday

Reporter: Nash Rhodes
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High temperatures will barely climb into the low 90s under partly cloudy skies. The majority of us will be experiencing below-average heat for a change during peak heating, with many only reaching the upper 90s for our feels-like temperatures.

Afternoon scattered storms will form across the WINK News viewing area after a mostly dry start. Rain chances will be located along the coastline initially, before becoming focused inland Monday evening. These will likely remain below severe criteria. Strong wind, isolated flooding, and lightning will be the primary threats from any strong thunderstorm.

Boaters will find pleasant conditions on the water. 1- to 2-foot Gulf wave heights are expected with a light chop in the bays.

A new disturbance in the Mid-Atlantic had a low (10%) chance of becoming a named storm Monday morning, which, by afternoon, was dropped to 0% of development in the next 5 days. This unorganized cluster of storms will be drifting away from the continental U.S. and into an unfavorable environment for development.

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