- Warm and mugger, highs in upper 80s
- Chance of storms this evening
- Could produce hail, 50+ mph winds, and flooding
- Rip current risk at the shore
Current surface map
Overnight we had some showers move through. Most of the area received less than 0.5″ of rain. This was associated with a warm front that is now off shore. Main cold front is back to the west.
We are going to be around our normal high temperatures today. Down the shore not a huge relief as we will be getting some southerly winds. Areas that get thunderstorms later will probably drop to the mid-70s.
Story for today is thunderstorms. NWS and SPC have us in a marginal risk for severe weather.
NAM model shows a cluster this evening.
HREF brings in about 2500 J/kg of CAPE and 25 knot average winds, which should be enough for strong storm development
Storms could produce hail, damaging winds, and flash flooding. So stay weather aware today!
Moderate rip current risk down the shore today as well. A little choppy but the stronger southerly winds and tides will increase rip current risk, so be careful down the shore today