Steamy weekend ahead with afternoon storms

Few Afternoon storms
Posted at 7:48 AM, Jun 28, 2024

As we head into the weekend, the winds shift. They will be onshore. This will keep most of the active weather inland. Although there could still be some activity at the coast

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On Saturday, we'll have some inland thunderstorms. On Sunday, though, we could start with some showers along the coast in the morning, and then the storms move to the west as the day goes on.

In the tropics, we are watching two tropical waves with low chances of development.

We also have our second named storm of the season - Tropical storm Beryl

Beryl is heading into the southern Caribbean.

Beryl is moving west at 18 mph with max winds of 40 mph. Beryl is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it approaches the windward islands

It is expected to move over the islands late Sunday night into Monday. As of now the track stays to our south - but we will continue to monitor.

There is also a tropical wave in the western Caribbean moving toward the Gulf of Mexico ( no threat to us) And yet another wave in the far eastern Atlantic

The heat continues into the weekend with high temps near 90 degrees and feels like temps in the triple digits.

Boating looks good for Saturday - outside of increased seas due to storms.