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Rain chances are scattered all over the forecast. When will they pop up?

Clear skies won't last. Here's the latest

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Rain chances are scattered all over the forecast. When will they pop up?

Clear skies won't last. Here's the latest

Another gorgeous start to the day with things staying muggy and buggy overnight. The radar has stayed fairly clear and temperatures remained in the 70s to start this Sunday. The mild temperatures won't last long. We quickly clim into the upper 80s, where we top out at the coast. Further inland we'll see the temperatures climb again into the mid 90s. Everyone will be feeling the humidity, though, with heat index values into the +100 degree range.If you're lucky enough to have beach plans in your forecast today, waterspouts are going to be a risk through the mid morning. The risk will be highest near towering cloud lines, especially near beaches. There is a chance for any waterspout to approach the beaches and become a brief tornado before quickly dissipating.That's not the only activity out there over the waters. We're tracking a tropical wave located over eastern Hispaniola. It's expected to move west-northwestward over the next several days and enter the southeastern Gulf of Mexico by late Tuesday, and then move across the central Gulf on Wednesday and reach the northwestern Gulf on Thursday. There's a 20% for development by Wednesday or Thursday.Our forecast remains exceptionally summery with the chance for afternoon thunderstorms that could produce heavy downpours and gusty winds every afternoon.
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Another gorgeous start to the day with things staying muggy and buggy overnight. The radar has stayed fairly clear and temperatures remained in the 70s to start this Sunday. The mild temperatures won't last long. We quickly clim into the upper 80s, where we top out at the coast. Further inland we'll see the temperatures climb again into the mid 90s. Everyone will be feeling the humidity, though, with heat index values into the +100 degree range.

KHTV-NEWS

If you're lucky enough to have beach plans in your forecast today, waterspouts are going to be a risk through the mid morning. The risk will be highest near towering cloud lines, especially near beaches. There is a chance for any waterspout to approach the beaches and become a brief tornado before quickly dissipating.

KHTV-NEWS

That's not the only activity out there over the waters. We're tracking a tropical wave located over eastern Hispaniola. It's expected to move west-northwestward over the next several days and enter the southeastern Gulf of Mexico by late Tuesday, and then move across the central Gulf on Wednesday and reach the northwestern Gulf on Thursday. There's a 20% for development by Wednesday or Thursday.

KHTV-NEWS

Our forecast remains exceptionally summery with the chance for afternoon thunderstorms that could produce heavy downpours and gusty winds every afternoon.

KHTV-NEWS