The hot air is leaving us but the muggy and stormy pattern will persist for the next several days. A coldfront is working through…the backdoor type…and this will create a wind shift into the NE ushering in much cooler air for tomorrow. This new wind direction will also create a lot of clouds, mostly low clouds and fog ad they will be tough to burn off so the sun will be limited. With that said, places that see it will have a higher chance of a shower or thunderstorm. Temps tomorrow will range from the upper 60s and lower 70s at the coast to around 80 degrees well inland.
A warmfront will try to lift back north on Friday…temps will climb to around 80…the air will remain very humid and with added breaks of sunshine, slow moving storms will develop. That pattern holds through the weekend and because of the soaking rains on the way, the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch. Temporary flooding of streets and parking lots is likely in any downpours and the area rivers will need to be watched.