A ridge of high pressure remains anchored off the mid Atlantic coast. That "big old H" as I often refer to it, is keeping any major rain or storm makers well away from us for now. Morning temperatures started in the 60s and we'll end this afternoon well into the 80s & 90s. A few fair weather cumulus will bubble up but no rain is in today's forecast. Tomorrow, we get a little muggier with just a small chance at a storm or two. Wednesday through the start of next week, tropical moisture will try to move into the northeast Gulf of Mexico. Depending on how much can make it here will dictate if you have a rainy weekend or not. Currently the ridge of high pressure in the Atlantic is keeping much of the rain to our south but isolated to scattered storms will be allowed to pop starting Friday. Meanwhile, temperatures and humidity will keep climbing day by day. Highs will be in the low 90s with lows near 70° for the next week.
Be safe and have a great Tuesday!
-Meteorologist Sean Parker