Hot and muggy conditions will continue through Monday, which should prompt many to head to the beaches. Coastal temperatures will be a few degrees cooler than temperatures further inland, hovering in the mid 80s through the next two days. Inland temperatures will reach the low 90s with heat index values approaching 100°. There is a chance of some storms around noon as sea breeze fronts are expected to form as temperatures rise, however most areas will stay dry as the chance of rain is set at 30%.
A cold front will approach the area on Wednesday, bringing heavier rain and slight drop in temperatures. We won't be able to completely shake the rain this week as the hot temperatures will prompt lifting and afternoon storm formation.
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