We started the morning on the cloudy side but have quickly cleared out. Sunny skies and warmer temperatures have returned and will stick around Thursday, as well. We will have high's this afternoon in the upper 50's with lower 60's expected tomorrow. If you look below at the latest from the National Hurricane Center, we still have an active tropics. Keep in mind, hurricane season does officially run through the end of this month, so it is not surprising to see a tropical storm (Sebastien) form in the Atlantic. There is not threat to the US as this storm will continue moving north and east.
Getting back to today and tomorrow, we will stay sunny and dry with comfortable conditions. As we get into tomorrow evening, clouds will move in ahead of a system currently sitting to the south and west. This will stick around through Friday and the first half of the day Saturday before moving out.
Model guidance shows isolated showers moving in overnight Thursday, with the bulk of the system arriving by Friday. Showers will be light to moderate through the day Friday and Saturday with total rainfall expected to be over an inch. Clearer skies and cooler temperatures will return for the day Sunday, with warming temperatures as we get into next week.
That'll do it for Wednesday, but be sure to go out and enjoy these sunny skies and warmer temperatures if you can!