Forecast: Few storms for Mother’s Day
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms and mom figures today and every day!
As you celebrate today, however, the weather should be pretty nice, but we want you to keep an eye out for thunderstorms this afternoon on the seabreeze. Any storms should hold off until after lunchtime and will be focused along and east of I-75. Don’t cancel outdoor plans, just keep an eye on the sky (and the NBC2 Weather App with the Live Doppler Radar!) It will also be another warm day with highs back into the low 90s with humidity creeping back up.
The rest of the week will feature warm and humid temperatures, with scattered showers and thunderstorms. A weak cold front could arrive by Friday which will only bring a slight drop in humidity for next weekend, but it will be short-lived and barely noticeable.
We are however starting our transition into rainy season, so keep up with your First Alert Forecast for how to plan for the week ahead.