Tropical moisture is in place over the forecast area along with a stalled frontal boundary. This combined along with the afternoon sea breeze and heating to produce another round of slow moving showers and storms. A few storms are still possible overnight, along the coastal sections. Expect another round of scattered storms on Tuesday with rain chances at 50%. The t-showers will fire ahead of a developing front. This front should pass through on Wednesday afternoon. Things will begin to feel better by Thursday as drier air arrives. Rain chances will also be a lot lower for the second half of the week.
In the tropics, Edouard is a 105 mph category 2 storm in the open waters of the Atlantic. This feature will remain over open waters and is no threat. Elsewhere, the tropics are quiet. Tomorrow is the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan, which had a terrible impact on parts of our area back in 2004.
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