We had a lot of rain roll through the area last night into very early this morning, but for most of the day today, we are in a dry slot around the circulation that was once Tropical Storm Cindy. Accordingly, most locations will be dry this afternoon before we have some scattered showers and storms tonight as the remnant circulation approaches.
It will be a very humid and toasty day with highs in the 87-91 degree range and gusty winds out of the southwest.
A few lingering showers or storms are possible tomorrow with highs in the 80s, and then much drier air begins to take over starting Sunday. The resulting weather will be great for us through much of next week with cooler temperatures and pretty low humidity values.