Not As Hot, Humberto Arrives

DRY STRETCH STAYS INTACT FOR MOST

We could see a few isolated showers and maybe even a thunderstorm or two across Saturday and Sunday ahead of a weak cold front that will stall to our north this weekend before phasing out by Monday. Most of the area will stay dry. High pressure sets in Monday and keeps us mainly dry through late next week. We’ll enjoy a little less humidity, too.

We get a break from the extreme heat with daytime highs running several degrees cooler, but still warmer than normal through next week. Nightly temps stay milder than average, too.

Tropical Storm Humberto has formed near the Bahamas and the projected path keeps him from making landfall along the FL/GA coast this weekend, so no tropical wind or rain for us. Humberto could strengthen to a Category 1 hurricane by Monday as he makes his way back out into the warm waters of the Atlantic.

Keep smiling,

-Meteorologist Miller Robson

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