High pressure is building just off our coast, shifting our winds, which will kick start the warming trend over the coming days.
Highs today hit 83°, a couple of degrees warmer than our seasonal average high of 80° for early June. But tomorrow, temperatures are expected to pass 90° across Hampton Roads. This will be our first 90° day in 8 months!
For the middle of the week, rain chances start to pop back up; however, Wednesday's rain chances remain fairly low. They will go up a bit for Thursday and continue through Saturday. Although each day doesn't feature a complete washout, showers, and even a few thunderstorms, are possible.
For the second half of the weekend, temperatures will drop back closer to average, in the lower 80s as a cold front pushes right on through.
TROPICS: Tropical Storm Cristobal formed this afternoon in the Bay of Campeche, near the Yucatan Peninsula. There is some uncertainty as to what will happen with the storm later this week, with some signs that it will fall apart over southern Mexico and some computer models calling for it to turn north and move into the central Gulf of Mexico. If this turn does occur, the storm could impact the U.S. Gulf Coast this weekend.
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