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WEATHER SUMMARY: An upper level ridge will build and dominate our weather this week into next week. This means above average temperatures and organized rain chances staying very low. A backdoor cool front will provide us with a brief break in the heat Wednesday. However, there are growing signs of our first heat wave building this coming weekend into early next week with perhaps a record high or two being challenged. Stay tuned!

Tonight: Partly cloudy skies at times with lows near 70.

Tuesday: Partly to mostly sunny skies, small chance for a sea breeze shower. Staying warm and humid. Highs in the upper 80s.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, not as warm with highs in the lower 80s.

– Chief Meteorologist Scott Dean

TROPICAL OUTLOOK: Sub-Tropical Storm Andrea has formed southwest of Bermuda. Get the latest tropical update on this system in the WWAY Hurricane Center.

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