Overcast skies and showers will finish out the workweek

Highs will be slightly cooler under overcast skies.

Rain chances will be higher than we experienced on Wednesday. Expect isolated showers and storms to begin forming closer to lunchtime and continue into Thursday night.

Rain and thunderstorms will be the primary hazard for your boating plans. Only light chop and low wave heights are forecasted on the water.

As a low-pressure system approaches us from the north on Friday, our chances of seeing showers and thunderstorms will climb.

Friday will bring the highest rain chances we have seen since over a week ago.

Thankfully, cooler and drier weather will take control on Saturday and stick with us through the start of next week. Additionally, our high temperatures will be dropped into the upper 70s and low 80s.

The only system in the Atlantic is Tropical Storm Wanda. Wanda is of no threat to the United States and will drastically weaken during the weekend.

Reporter:Nash Rhodes
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