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Showers and storms will be a daily occurrence as we head into the middle part of the work week, but as a slightly more stable air mass makes its way into the area, rain chances will be cut in half.
Tuesday morning will start with more sunshine and temperatures in the middle 70s. Clouds will begin to build as the day progresses, and afternoon highs will climb into the lower half of the 90s. With a prevailing easterly wind flow, any downpours that develop across our interior zones will migrate toward the west and affect our urban and beach locations, however, the coverage should not be as widespread as Monday.
This evening, a few rain areas will linger across the area before most of the activity pushes over the Gulf. Skies will quiet and clear overnight as temperatures settle into the middle 70s.