We're not expecting many breaks in the persistent pattern of unsettledness over the Southeast in the next few days ahead. An upper-level flow of air and disturbed set-up will continue to promote areas of clouds, showers, rain, and scattered thunderstorms over the next 24 hours. We'll get a brief respite after midnight, but with leftover wind flow boundaries from present storms relocating offshore, areas of rain and storms will form in marine areas overnight. Most activity will move generally from west to east, with spots of heavy rain and a slight chance for isolated strong to severe storms Tuesday.
Tonight's lows will hover in the low to middle 70s, while highs Tuesday may be limited to the mid and upper 80s for areas that remain cloudy. Stretches of sun may push other area highs into the low to mid 90s.