TONIGHT: While there were a few isolated to scattered downpours earlier out to the west, the loss of daytime heating will cause these showers to decay. Tonight will be mostly quiet under partly cloudy skies. Low temperatures will be warm and muggy near 78 overnight. South-southeasterly winds moving 5-15 mph overnight. 

SUNDAY: We'll carry another chance at seeing a few streamer morning showers through the late morning along the sea breeze. After 1 PM, the sea breeze will shift north and west and bring the isolated activity along with it. Some isolated downpours will move over 281 through the early afternoon causing some communities to see some beneficial rain. Again, these will be isolated. High temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s with heat indices slightly over 100. Rain chances will be low but showers will be around with the heating of the day. A coastal flood advisory will be in effect until 9 AM Sunday morning. High surf conditions and gusty winds could lead to some coastal flooding. 

LOOKING AHEAD: The CPC (Climate Prediction Center) is giving our area a long range forecast and we're expected to see above normal temperatures through early October. As of right now, the overall pattern doesn't seem to change a whole lot until late next week. Temperatures will continue to be in the low to mid 90s in the afternoons with just isolated rain showers with the heating of the day through the afternoons. 

TROPICS: We now two disturbances that we're continuing to watch and one that will enter the eastern Caribbean Sea early next week. This one has a slightly better chance at development. Jerry has downgraded to a Tropical Storm and looks to stay out at sea. One is still over Africa at this time and is still a long ways out. However, the NHC is giving this a very good chance at development over the next few days. This could be another named system which would be either Karen or Lorenzo. Depending on which one forms first. Nothing in the Atlantic, at the moment, looks to impact us here locally.