Upper level high pressure has backed out of the area to the west and has left us with a more traditional tropical weather pattern for August. The means a little bit of activity on the sea breeze with temperatures near normal for this time of year. The tropics in the Atlantic basin are quiet except for subtropical storm Debbie moving into the cooler waters of the north Atlantic.
Tonight will be warm and sticky with a low of 77 and a gentle breeze.
Wednesday expect lots of sunshine only a stray shower humid generally light winds and hotter with a high of 93.
Wednesday night will be stuffy and warm with a low of 78.
Thursday will be mostly sunny dry and sweltering heat with a high of 95.
The heat index tops out at 105 to 110.