Isolated storms streaming on-shore this morning on east winds that will hang around for several days. Rain Saturday morning will be limited to areas along and east of I-95. By afternoon, most of the rain will be well inland but we can’t rule out isolated showers with the on-shore wind. It won’t be a washout of a day but if it rains on you, it will be heavy. Afternoon temperatures will be close to average in the upper 80s with 90s inland.
The JAGS game should be primarily dry. We could see a few isolated showers moving west of the stadium closer to kickoff. It will still be warm despite being about 10 degrees cooler than last week’s game.
TRACKING THE TROPICS:
The First Alert Weather team is monitoring 4 areas of interest in the Atlantic: (1) Tropical Depression 11 is just east of the Lesser Antilles, expected to weaken over the weekend; (2) a weak low pressure area south of Bermuda is tracking toward the Carolina coast, expected to move over land as an open wave; (3) low pressure over the Central Atlantic has the best chances of tropical development, but it will meander and stay out to sea; (4) tropical wave moving off the west coast of Africa, which we will closely monitor over the next several days.
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