A SO-SO WEEKEND
Meteorologist Brad Spakowitz:
A WARM AND SLIGHTLY HUMID DAY LIES AHEAD… ALONG WITH PARTLY SUNNY SKIES. BY LATE TONIGHT AND INTO SUNDAY SCATTERED T'STORMS WILL BE A POSSIBILITY. A FEW STORM SUNDAY AFTERNOON COULD TURN GUSTY WITH STRONG WINDS AND HAIL. THE SEVERE WEATHER RISK IS LOW – WITH A POSSIBLE UPGRADE TO MODERATE, SO KEEP INFORMED SUNDAY. THEREAFTER, MUCH OF THE NEW WORK WEEK LOOKS RELATIVELY QUIET WITH NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES. BY LATE WEEK A SPOTTY T'SHOWER COULD POP-UP IN THE AFTERNOON HEAT, BUT AS IT STANDS NOW TOMORROW WILL BE THE BEST CHANCE OF RAIN OVER THE NEXT 6 OR 7 DAYS.
WIND & WAVE FORECAST
SATURDAY: W 10-15 KTS WAVES: 1-2'
SUNDAY: WNW 10-15 KTS WAVES: 1-2'
Partly sunny, warm, a bit humid. At night, more clouds and late night t'storms.
Mostly cloudy with showers and t'storms. A few afternoon storms could be gusty with wind and hail.
A few early clouds, then sun. Mild and breezy.
Partly cloudy with a slight chance of an afternoon t'shower.