Today isn't quite your picture perfect Saturday as showers threaten off and on throughout. Starting tomorrow, it's smooth sailing for at least a few days.
Ocean air is in control, so it's relatively cool if also muggy.
Scattered showers will continue through the night and into Saturday, and humidity will remain high and uncomfortable until Sunday, when nicer weather makes a comeback.
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Flash flood warnings are still in effect in Indiana on Friday morning after 10 inches of rain fell overnight, shutting down the interstate and closing local schools.
While environmental conditions are favorable, the next day or so could prove to be bumpy for the disturbance as it passes near the mountainous island of Hispaniola.
We've got some murky days ahead, with at least intermittent rain risks as well. It's very muggy through tomorrow before some drier air filters back in.
Showers may threaten. But a delay becomes more likely if thunder and lightning develop. Activity should be focused early if at all.
A few strong storms rumble through this evening. Friday brings more mugginess and another possible round of late day storms.