WEDNESDAY: Today should mark our best day for chances for rain. Not expecting activity all day. The upper low is still near which is still providing our lift which will still spark rain today. Some localized rain in the area will be heavy at times. In total, areas could see as less as .25" to 1.25" and isolated spots even more depending how heavy the storm. Rain chances should taper off by the late afternoon. High temperatures will be near seasonable average in the low 90s.   

TONIGHT: The sea breeze energy should move farther west late in the afternoon and through the evening. With the loss of daytime heating after 7:30 PM, rain chances will go down. Quiet conditions and partly cloudy skies will continue for tonight with temperatures falling into the mid 70s overnight. South to southeast winds should be moving slowly 10-20 mph. 

LOOKING AHEAD: This upper low will linger in through Thursday with addition of more cloud cover. Breaks in sunshine through Thursday and eventually leading to mostly sunny conditions by the end of the work week. High pressure will begin to ridge out. 

In addition, high temperatures will stay where they should be in September which is in the low 90s. 

TROPICS: A couple of disturbances in the tropics right now in the tropics. All of which, do NOT have a good chance at development through the week. With the exception of one disturbance just south of the Bahamas. This looks to have a 40% chance at development that will drift into the eastern Gulf of Mexico. This will not be a threat for us.