Heat Advisory issued for Wednesday and an “Excessive Heat Watch” for Thursday and Friday
The combination of temperatures near 90 and high humidity will push the heat index (feels like temperatures) to near 100° Wednesday afternoon and to as high as 105° on Thursday and Friday. The stretch of hot weather continues into Saturday. There is the potential for a heat wave (3 consecutive days at 90+) for some communities away from the coast.
HOUR BY HOUR: Conditions for the next 36 hours »
It will be uncomfortably warm and humid overnight with partly cloudy skies and lows in the 70s. Some patchy fog is possible, mainly at the coast.
We’ll wake up Wednesday to some patchy morning low clouds and fog. Once they burn off, temperatures will quickly climb. Highs will soar to the upper 80s to 90° inland with the heat index nearing 100. There’s a slight chance of isolated late day t’storm well inland, but most areas remain dry. Southwest winds will be a bit breezy at 5-15 mph. Those winds off the water will keep beach communities cooler in the upper 70s to low 80s
AT THE BEACH: Lots of clouds in the early morning then gradually turning partly sunny. Humid with patchy fog returning by evening/night.
While Wednesday will be hot, the worst of the heat/humidity occurs Thursday and Friday. Morning fog to hazy sunshine, highs in the low to mid 90s inland and mid 80s at the coast.