First Warning Forecast:
More summer-like warmth Saturday, a few storms and tracking the tropics...
Our Friday night will be comfortable and breezy with mainly clear skies and lows in the low 60s. Southwest winds will continue between 10 and 20 mph.
Expect sunshine Saturday morning with clouds building and scattered showers/storms popping in the afternoon to evening. It will still be warm on Saturday, with highs returning to the mid 80s.
More clouds will build in for Sunday with an isolated shower possible. Temperatures will cool to the mid and upper 70s on Sunday.
We are keeping a close eye on early next week and the potential for tropical development. An area of low pressure will form near the northern Bahamas this weekend and move northeast, just off of the southern East Coast. This low could develop into a tropical or sub-tropical storm (Arthur). Regardless of tropical formation, this low will bring us rough surf, a high risk for rip currents, and possible ocean overwash.