WEATHER SUMMARY:Not much of a change in weather conditions for the first official day of fall. Without the cloud cover, temperatures could reach the mid 80s, but the humidity will remain comfortable. After a dry cold front moves through Tuesday, high pressure will build back across the southeast which will bring the summer-like warmth and mugginess back into play. Rain chances will remain on the lower end; however, there will be no significant features in the atmosphere to produce any widespread shower or storm activity. But, the chance for a storm associated with the sea breeze is possible with the greater humidity and heat towards the end of the week.
Tonight:Go for a walk! Temperatures in the lows 70s.
First Official Day of Fall: Much of just the same weather with highs in the low 80s.
Tuesday: Plenty of sun with daytime highs warming up to the mid to upper 80s. Humidity will also increase.
TROPICAL OUTLOOK: Tropical Storm Karen is moving through the Winward Islands. There is still uncertainty in the long-term of the forecast track, but as for now models are showing the storm heading through eastern Caribbean Islands and into the open Atlantic. Jerry remains in the central Atlantic with no coastal impacts. Invest 90L is emerging off the west coast of Africa with a 90% chance of development in next 48 hours. Get the latest tropical update in the WWAY Hurricane Center.