WEDNESDAY: Clear skies and warmth continue. Highs in the middle 80s and overnight lows in the middle 60s. Mugginess remains as a southerly flow comes off the Gulf of Mexico.
LATE WEEK: The ridge of high pressure that has brought us the nice weather will start to break down later in the week, which will allow some showers and maybe a rumble of thunder to develop in the Thursday night-Friday timeframe.
WEEKEND: The upcoming weekend will be partly sunny with highs near 80 degrees both Saturday and Sunday. Low temperatures will stay in the lower to mid 60s. A stronger cold front with a drop in temperatures and increased rain chances is expected early next week.
TROPICS: Out in the tropics, Hurricane Epsilon will pass just east of Bermuda by the end of this week. Right now, there is no threat to the United States. The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season isn’t over until November 30th.