Humidity plummets tomorrow behind the cold front and stays low through the end of the week.
Showers and storms should clear the area by 7 p.m., or even sooner, but clouds and moderate humidity linger into game time.
The boat was off the island's Eastern coast on Monday morning when the volcano sent what officials said was a basketball-sized “lava bomb” through the boat's roof and peppered it with volcanic debris.
Storms containing downpours and lightning wane toward sunset. Heavier storms are possible tomorrow.
What is scarier than a tornado? How about a tornado made of fire and poisonous gas!
For the first time in recorded history, no measurable rain fell in July's first 15 days.
One farmer in Utah estimated he lost 260 acres of his farm Sunday.
A round of showers and storms may disrupt pregame activities Tuesday. The Home Run Derby should be rain-free but muggy.
The mugginess is kicked out of town by a cold front plowing through the region Tuesday with likely storms.
Summer weather is officially back.