We’ve got one more day with the chance for some rain, before seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. Sunshine will be abundant by the end of the week.
Wednesday will bring another chance of showers. Rain is not expected all day, but an extend period of rain at some point during the day is possible. Regardless, the rainfall totals are not expected to be overwhelmingly high—most areas seeing totals under an inch. The rain chance will be associated with moisture from Hurricane Willa in the Pacific, but beyond the chance for rain, no other impacts are expected.
The clouds and rain will keep temperatures in the 60s again, but if you’re a fan of the gloomy weather, enjoy it now. It’ll be on its way out on Thursday.
There is also still the possibility for elevated tides, but this is only for the Gulf facing beaches on the islands. Tides could run as much as two feet above average.
The rain will end from west to east early Thursday morning and the cloud cover will follow suit. Sunshine will start to squeeze between the clouds on Thursday, which will help bring temperatures back to the 70s.
Friday through the weekend
The sun will be abundant starting Friday and lasting all the way through the weekend. Temperatures will promptly respond by reaching the 80s on Saturday and Sunday. That will be the first time to hit the 80s in over ten days.