Clouds have been very slow to clear out afternoon for some of us, but we are trying to get sunlight to peek in. Skies will clear out through the evening and overnight as drier air aloft works into the area. High pressure is to our northwest and has expanded over top of us. This has kept rain confined mostly along the coastline.
Tomorrow will see some warmer air arrive and high pressure weaken over us a bit as a upper level low works through the Gulf of Mexico. This weakening will allow showers and storms a better chance to actually develop. Most of the rain will remain isolated in nature until Sunday when a trough approaches from the north and brings a weak cold front through the area to increase rain chances to the more scattered variety. Otherwise, highs will remain in the low 90s well into next week.
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