Warm moist air continues to be pumped north from the tropics and the humidity continues to increase. Temps in the upper 80’s combined with an almost saturated atmosphere will solidify a fairly sticky situation. Some relief is on the way, but first we need to wring out the air a bit, and the approaching cold front will provide just the lift we need. By this afternoon into this evening we will begin to see scattered showers and storms developing across the region. By tomorrow we will be dealing with more of the same, although the rainfall tomorrow looks to be the heaviest. Storms will have the potential to create gusty winds and torrential downpours, isolated flash flooding is possible. Up to an inch or more of rainfall is possible for the period beginning tonight into tomorrow night. Scattered showers may linger into Thursday morning before clouds begin to depart the region. We will have much drier and cooler weather to close the week, with our consecutive weekends of nice weather continuing once again.