Stormtracker 16 Forecast by Ally Gallo
Scattered showers early in the day have becoming more limited this afternoon. We can expect that trend to continue through the rest of Sunday! Temperatures were cooler today, only getting in the 60s and 70s, but the humidity was definitely felt.
Memorial Day is looking better! There will be increasing sunshine as the day goes on, and as far as rain chances go, there should only be an isolated shower or rumble of thunder around. Most of the day will be dry. It will also be warmer, with temperatures back near 80.
The first named storm of the hurricane season, subtropical storm Alberto, will move through the Gulf this holiday weekend. It is expected to make landfall near the Florida Panhandle as a tropical storm. We will likely see remnants of this storm in the form of rain by late this week and into the weekend.
Tonight – cloudy with an isolated shower or storm, low 57.
Memorial Day Monday – increasing sunshine as the day goes on, passing shower or storm, warmer, high 80.
Tuesday – partly cloudy and hot, high 87.
Wednesday – mostly sunny and hot, high 85.
Thursday – mostly cloudy with showers, high 79.
Friday – mostly cloudy with showers, high 85.
Saturday – mostly cloudy with the chance of showers, high 80.
Sunday – mostly cloudy with the chance of showers, high 75.