-Wednesday: Warm, few afternoon showers/storms
-Thursday: Mainly dry and warm
-Friday and the weekend: Warm, mostly sunny
-Tracking Hurricane Maria and Tropical Storm Jose
The morning commute will feature temperatures in the 60s and patches of dense fog.
Warm weather continues for Wednesday with highs near 86 this afternoon under partly cloudy skies.
Along with the warm weather, we do have a 30% chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.
Any rain that does develop will taper off heading into tonight with lows falling near 64.
Thursday carries a slight rain chance (20%) so most stay dry with highs in the mid 80s.
Friday (first day of Fall!) will be quite warm with highs around 84 under mostly sunny skies.
The dry weather continues into the upcoming weekend with highs near 85 and overnight lows near 60.
Jose will continue to remain offshore and produce dangerous surf and rip currents along the East Coast. No local impacts to our weather.
Hurricane Maria remains a catastrophic hurricane and will cross Puerto Rico today.
Right now, the hurricane is expected to remain in the Atlantic and east of the East Coast.
I’ll have a full update the tropics and our local weather on GMV.
Today's Record Temperatures