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Rain chances going up

Dry air at the mid levels of the atmosphere was responsible for fairly limited rainfall on Wednesday, and it appears that rainfall will again be limited on Thursday.  The sea breeze will develop very early Thursday, so afternoons may fire up early in the afternoon, but the most numerous showers will be in the late afternoon, and most of those will be inland.

More moisture will mean more showers in the afternoon Friday, with Saturday getting wetter still.

Sunday looks to be the best of the two weekend days, but the Labor Day holiday will also be on the wet side with the rain chance around 50%.

 
Thursday's Boating Forecast-
 
Winds: Southeast becoming South 5 Knots
Seas & Rivers: 2 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Light Chop
Water Temperature: 89*
 
High Tide: 4:30 AM
Low Tide: 11:15 AM
 

 

 
Tracking the Tropics-
 
Fred is still churning way out in the Atlantic Ocean.  It is the only system the National Hurricane Center is tracking, and Fred will likely dissipate by the end of the week.
 

 

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