First Warning Forecast: Stubborn coastal storm brings more wind and flooding

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Posted at 2:10 PM, May 10, 2022

Chief Meteorologist Patrick Rockey's First Warning Forecast

Our stubborn coastal storm continues to drive in gusty northeast winds and our tides continue to rise. But eventually both of those things will be changing.

We do expect our flood levels will slowly drop over the next few days as our storm slides to our south. But Wednesday will be another gloomy, windy day with high temperatures only near 60°.

On Thursday we introduce the chance for more showers and possibly thunderstorms. The silver lining is that we do climb into the mid 60s. And the warming trend continues on Friday as we climb back into the mid 70s.

However scattered showers and thunderstorms are looking likely and it does look like the forecast is very similar on Saturday.

Our best bet to see significant sunshine doesn’t come until Sunday. But,we still have a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. That sunshine though should warm us into the 80s and it looks like the 80-degree weather sticks around for the work week next week.