Posted: Jun 19, 2014 7:45 AM by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux
Today will be more or less a repeat of Wednesday's weather. More patchy fog to start off the morning, and more hot and steamy conditions. Rain chances are stil a little lower today thanks to an area of high pressure in the southeast, but a stray pop up thunderstorm is not impossible. We'll reach the lower 90's again today with partly sunny skies and cool down overnight to the lower 70's. We'll be under mostly clear skies with some more fog in the morning. Better rain chances return Friday and into the weekend as the ridge of high pressure begins to break down. The biggest threat overall will be isolated thunderstorms. We could see a little more rain by the middle of next week.
The tropics are still quiet!
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