First Alert Forecast: Brighter afternoon, humid with stray showers possible

With an onshore flow Sunday, we’ll have more clouds around than yesterday. After a mainly cloudy morning, we should get some brighter breaks heading into the afternoon, especially for inland locations.



Once again, much of the area will remain rain-free today, but a stray shower is possible. Highs will be cooler, topping out in the low 80s. Despite that, the humidity is still on the sticky side.



If you’re headed to the beach, it’s not terrible. But plan on less sunshine. There’s a moderate risk of rip currents along the south shore. Temps will be in the upper 70s.



After another muggy night, the heat returns tomorrow as we climb back to the upper 80s and low 90s. Morning clouds and patchy fog will give way to a mostly sunny afternoon.



Our next chance of storms comes Tuesday evening ahead of a cold front. That’ll sweep away the humidity and usher in a cooler and more comfortable finish as we begin September.

Related Posts

U.S.A. advances to World Cup knockout stage after pivotal win against Iran

The United States┬áhas defeated Iran in one of the most anticipated games of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, advancing to the knockout stage of the tournament….

Singapore repeals gay sex ban but sets new rules to block marriage equality

Members of Singapore’s parliament announced their decision this week to repeal a criminal law against sex between men, after years of backlash from critics who have for…

“Monkeypox” renamed “mpox” by World Health Organization

“Monkeypox” renamed “mpox” by World Health Organization – CBS News Watch CBS News The World Health Organization says monkeypox is being renamed mpox in order to combat…

China sends three astronauts to its Tiangong space station

China sends three astronauts to its Tiangong space station – CBS News Watch CBS News China has sent three astronauts to its recently built Tiangong space station,…

Giving Tuesday: Shop the best deals that also give to charity

Yana Iskayeva / Getty Images First Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. Now, finally, it’s Giving Tuesday, a day meant to encourage charitable donations throughout the holidays. This…

Rare species of bear gives birth to 2 cubs at Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

Two Andean bear cubs were born in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 15, Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute announced. It’s considered a vulnerable species by the…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *