Not as much rain expected this weekend radar radar

The abundance of tropical moisture that's resulted in so much rain this week is finally set to fade a little this weekend, but with that said, we're still in line for scattered afternoon storms today and Sunday.

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The difference we'll notice between the weekend and last week is more summer sunshine and an overall decrease in rain coverage, but afternoon heating teamed up with the sea breeze will still spark some rainy season storms. Rain chances today will be around 50%, but we should see a gradual drop in rain chances through Monday as the atmosphere becomes a little drier.

Our temperatures will stay pretty seasonable through the first weekend of July with daytime highs aimed for the low 90s during the heat of the day. Even our overnight temperatures will stay quite warm with lows only dropping down to the mid 70s. Humidity levels will stay at very high levels as well, and we don't foresee any drop in humidity any time soon.

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