Tropical Depression 9 is getting better organized and could become a tropical storm as early as today. It’s forecast to move inland somewhere in the Big Bend area of Florida by Thursday. Forecast confidence is high. That scenario would lead to a drier weather pattern here.
Today will be mostly sunny with a low 20% chance of a shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. High 92.
Tomorrow and Thursday our rain chance will be even lower–around 10%. The humidity will be lower, too. High temperatures will warm to the mid 90s.
The Labor Day Holiday weekend will be seasonable, with a 20-30% chance of scattered shower each day, highs in the low 90s, and lows in the low 70s.
Elsewhere in the tropics, Gaston is a category 2 hurricane. It will stay in the mid Atlantic and is not a threat to land. Tropical Depression 8 is near the Outer Banks of North Carolina; it may brush the coast before heading back out to sea.