Tropical moisture will increase enough to generate a few isolated showers in the next couple of days but not enough to put a dent in our drought. Saharan dust arrives for the weekend.
Tonight expect mainly clear skies and fairly light winds after midnight with a low of 76.
Wednesday expect a few more clouds a gentle breeze and isolated sea breeze showers that work slowly inland during the afternoon with a sweltering high of 95.
Wednesday night we will have fair skies a light breeze and a nearly seasonal and also warm and humid with a low of 76,
Thursday we will also have isolated showers in and around a mix of clouds and sunshine and still baking hot with a high of 95.
Hotter again over the weekend and dry due to the arrival of another batch of Saharan dust.
Unfortunately, the rainfall won't amount to much.