A few coastal showers will move in today and rain themselves out pretty quickly - at least until the afternoon heat starts.
More clouds will build, and we will increase the coverage and intensity of the showers and storms. High temperatures will climb to around 90 degrees. The main focus for storms will be along the east coast sea breeze, which will move quickly westward during the afternoon and early evening.
While winds will remain out of the east, they will be slightly lower than the past few days. This means that the ocean conditions will not be as choppy and rough. There will still be a moderate rip current risk through the weekend.
A similar forecast will hold for Sunday with another 40 percent chance of showers and storms. We bump up to a 50 percent chance later next week.
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