Following a few mainly dry days, shower and thunderstorm chances will jump up through the weekend.
On Saturday, much of the shower activity will bubble up during the mid-day hours, with most of the rainfall remaining away from the immediate coastline as it drifts westward.
This should protect beach plans for most for the first half of the weekend.
By Sunday, a better opportunity for showers and storms will brew up in the afternoon hours. This will likely bring the best chance for rain over the next several days.
Highs through the weekend will peak in the lower 90s with “feels like” temperatures remaining in the lower 100s.
Into next week, shower and thunderstorm chances step down a few notches but won’t entirely dissolve from the local forecast.
Conditions remain quiet in the tropics with no development expected over the next several days.