Unstable upper-level low pressure will back away from the area, allowing dry, stable high pressure to move in. This will result in a change in our wetter weather pattern, making it dry and hotter.
Tonight, isolated thundershowers will develop near the coast after midnight with a low of 75 under fair skies.
Thursday, expect scattered sea breeze, thundershowers, hot and sticky, with a high of 92 under mostly cloudy skies.
Thursday night, breezy, warm and stuffy with mostly cloudy skies and a low of 78.
Friday, drying out and heating up with more wind; hazy, hot and humid with a high of 94 under mostly sunny skies.
The tropics continue to be quiet.