Isolated showers Thursday evening will dissipate after the sun goes down. That will leave us with partly cloudy, warm and muggy weather overnight as temperatures slowly drop through the 70s. We will be in the mid 70s at sunrise Friday. Friday afternoon will be partly sunny, hot and humid with a 30% chance of late day storms. The high temperature will be in the lower 90s with a heat index near 100 degrees. We will see more of the same through the weekend and into early next week. If you’re thinking about going outside to watch the eclipse Monday, make sure you have protective eye wear. The eclipse will start around the noon hour and last until just before 3pm. The later we get in the afternoon the more chance there is that clouds and some isolated rain showers will obstruct the view. The chance of rain will decrease next week as the temperature warms into the mid 90s for highs. In the Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Gert is racing away in the north Atlantic but the next few tropical system developing in the tropics will generally be headed to the west. There are three waves with the potential of developing over the next 5 days.
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