Late August heat and humidity...for one more day.
Today: Fog and low clouds lifting. Isolated pm showers or t-storms
Highs: 85°-90° | Wind: S 5-10
Overnight: Cloudy and muggy with isolated showers
Lows: 67°-75° | Wind: SW 4-8
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy with scattered showers possible
Highs: 85°-90° | Wind: W 8-15
Very warm and muggy conditions are forecast today. The fog and low level cloudiness will lift into cumulus clouds and it will look and feel like summer. Though the weekend weather-maker is moving out, isolated showers or thunderstorms will be possible east of Washington. Improvement begins tomorrow with the arrival of a cold front. Temperatures will climb well into the 80s and isolated showers will be possible again but drier air could arrive as soon as tomorrow afternoon. Sunny, drier and a bit cooler weather is expected on Wednesday. Sunny and warmer conditions will prevail on Thursday.
The latest update from the National Hurricane Center keeps Issac a Tropical Storm with top winds of 65 mph. Model guidance continues the idea that Issac will strengthen and become a Cat 1 or possibly Cat 2 hurricane before making landfall on the Eastern Gulf Coast of LA, MS or AL after midnight tomorrow night. We will keep you up to date. ABC 7 is your Stormwatch Station.