We won't see much change in the weather through the weekend as our typical July heat and humidity continues along with breezy afternoons. Skies will remain partly to mostly sunny with southeast winds up to 20 mph in the afternoon and heat indices from 103 to 108. Heading into next week we'll see some changes in our weather as a cold front approaches. Although it won't bring cold air as it's name suggests, it will help produce clouds and a chance of rain which will also cool us down a few degrees. The best chance of rain is from Tuesday into Wednesday but isolated showers are also possible Monday and again Thursday. Overall, it doesn't look like it will bring us much rain, with anywhere from a quarter to three quarters of an inch possible total.
Friday Night: Lows will drop into the mid to upper 70s inland and upper 70s to low 80s at the coast with partly cloudy skies and a southeast breeze up to 12 mph.
Weekend: We'll reach into the upper 80s at the beaches to the upper 90s to near 100 well inland as southeast winds increase to 20 mph in the afternoon. At the beaches Saturday, waves are expected to reach 2 feet with a low rip current risk with water temperatures running from 84-86 degrees.