Storms Friday night but mainly dry this weekend

Posted at 5:46 PM, May 03, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-03 22:28:28-04

Another round of t-storms moves through Friday night with strong to severe storms possible. The main threats will be strong, damaging wind and large hail but there is also a low tornado threat. We’ll also see pockets of heavy rain with the strongest storms. These will move out by 3 AM, leaving us with a dry start to the weekend. There is still a chance of a spot shower or storm Saturday afternoon as the cold front moves slowly to our south but overall, much of the day looks dry, warm and humid. Sunday looks partly cloudy  but moisture returns by Monday and the weather will be unsettled with scattered showers and t-storms for the start of the work week. Next week looks very warm with highs in the upper 80s and humid with only  a spot shower chance from Tuesday through Thursday.

Friday Night:  Showers and t-storms likely with a strong or severe storm possible and lows in the upper 60s to near 70.

Saturday: Skies will become partly cloudy with a spot storm chance in the afternoon as high temperatures reach the mid to upper 80s. East-southeast winds will stay under 15 mph. At the beaches, temperatures will reach the upper 70s with waves at 3-4 feet. There is a moderate rip current risk.

Sunday: Morning clouds will give way to partly cloudy skies by afternoon with highs in the upper 80s. Winds will come in from the east at 10-20 mph.