The blazing sunshine has contributed to higher than usual temps to kick off this first full week of summer; and it looks like that will continue. Highs will be in the upper 90s with winds staying out of the north at 10-15 mph.
Debby is staying over toward Florida, and tracking east according to most models at this point. There are at least two models indicating the tropical storm could curl back toward Alabama and another model targets Mississippi and Louisiana. This morning Debby was moving to the east at 3 mph. The early morning position of Debby was 29.0N -84.5W.
Tonight we'll enjoy mainly clear skies with winds still pushing from the north. Overnight temps will drop into the 70s. But relief from the heat is not likely until the late night hours.
Tomorrow a bit cooler, but not by much, temps will rise to the mid 90s. Don't get comfortable about the drop in temps, by the weekend temps will rise back to near 100 egress for 3-4 days in a row.
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