Warmth and humidity continue their return to the weather picture for the rest of this work week. We’ll see temperatures at or a little above normal as more tropical air works back into the area, increasing the risk for a few showers and thunderstorms each afternoon. A disturbance in the Gulf — which has a low (30%) chance of becoming a tropical cyclone over the next few days — could help to enhance rainfall across the area as it moves northeast across parts of Florida and Georgia later this week. By Friday, though, we begin to see a little cooler and drier high pressure move into the area from the north, helping to put the kibosh on more substantial rain chances heading into the weekend.
There will also be a risk for minor coastal flooding especially as we head later into the week as winds look to turn a little more onshore. We will be close each evening for the next few evenings, so keep an ear out for possible Coastal Flood Advisories from the National Weather Service.