Mostly dry Wednesday with highs in the upper 80s

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High temperatures will climb into the upper 80s and low 90s under partly cloudy skies. “Feels like” temperatures will likely reach the 90s everywhere due to our humidity. Boaters will encounter a light chop within our bays and 1- to 2-foot wave heights in the open waters of the Gulf.

Wednesday’s rain chances are low. Partly cloudy skies will build around lunchtime. These will yield a few stray showers in the evening, with most of us remaining dry. Expect chances of receiving rain to remain similarly low leading into the weekend.

There are two active disturbances in the Atlantic. One is located north of the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. It has a low (30%) chance of formation within the next five days. Early indications suggest that this system will likely remain east of Florida. Meanwhile, an area of low pressure could form over the Eastern Caribbean. It also has a low (30%) chance of formation by Monday. It is too early to speculate on where its potential track would be if it formed. For now, it is something to keep an eye on leading into next week.

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