Temperatures and humidity will start dropping early next week, too. Over the next several days, temperatures will go soaring into the upper 80s with that muggy feel climbing far past comfortable levels. The best chance will be will be along the sea breeze, mainly south of Savannah.
Evening storms are possible Tuesday, but it'll do little to cool temperatures down.
The Heat Index is another way of saying what the temperature outside actually feels like. We will have some clouds that form.even one or two with an isolated shower for eastern areas. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter for the latest forecast and realtime weather updates. Severe weather is unlikely, but heavy rain from these slow moving storms could cause some localized flooding. We will see scattered showers and storms Saturday afternoon.
High pressure looks to now keep us dry Saturday.
The tropics are mainly quiet. NHC 5-day development odds for this disturbance are at 30%.
Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected today along with another day of very light winds. The combination of the heat with high humidity will push the heat index to near 105 by Friday afternoon. Rain chances will jump up to 50% on Monday, with highs back in the upper 80s for most locations. Storm chances decrease after sunset with patchy fog possible after midnight.
Our Future Trak computer model brings in a few showers and storms by tomorrow evening.