|Last Summer on June 26th|
TODAY: Much more brisk SW-W component to the winds just above 'the deck' with little chance of inland east coast sea breeze expansion beyond perhaps US1 or I-95 and that might be generous.
Best chance of sea breeze from the Cape and South.
Showers already on parade here and there marching eastward but not expecting much from them, with some thunder underway far Southeast Coast. The true nature of what is to eventually (or not) emerged will be revealed as the west coast sea breeze makes the move east later today, but exactly how late that will be is the key to much of the forecast.
If it comes in just late enough but not too late localized helicities along the sea breeze front combined with strong convergence and post-peak daytime heating could yield some storms east side with quite a punch..but if it comes too soon or too late the collision will be nearly all for naught.
Will err on the side of caution for the areas shown in graphic. Outside of the best storm chance region appears mainly showers with perhaps some bolts possible .
BEYOND: Sunday might yet be ever more sparse on the rain chances and hard on the Mercury Rising at the coast. Biggest hazard might be hot white sand on bare feet and sunburn with a high SPF Factor and UV Index to boot. Pass the tannin' butter, but not much surf. Again, chances of showers mainly in some isolated areas but as usual this might change but not likely by much.
MONDAY-WEDNESDAY: Guidance a bit sparse on Monday then ups the ante Tuesday and beyond as sea breezes converge with greater force just inland but still favoring the east coast. Colder air aloft as well enters the equation. Beyond Wednesday no overall dry slots are foreseen.