Rain chances remain in tact today ...with decent coverage (60%) expected. Just like yesterday, it will be hit/miss on who gets the rain and who sees nothing. Just watch out for flash flooding if you do get it---these babies are putting down 1-2" in some cases when they develop. Very tropical airmass.
Speaking of, the tropical moisture may actually increase this week.
There is a tropical wave over the Bahamas/Keys that should drift west in the coming days. While it may not organize into a cyclone (not expected to yet anyway), it will increase moisture content over the region next week. This will keep the storm chance in on a daily basis---but also will increase the heat index when the sun it out. We could approach upper 90s to near 100 at times ...so got to watch that. The rest of the Atlantic is quiet. The hurricane season really doesn't get going until Aug/Sept anyway.
The Pacific has been busy. Tropical Storm Emilia heading west toward Hawaii...but weakening fast.
Then there is Fabio.
No, not that one. This one.
Fabio is a 105mph hurricane that is chugging west as well.
One last note---heat wave.
The heat will build quite a bit again to our west.
We look to be right on the eastern edge of this. We will have to watch the trends on that carefully. 100 degree heat likely to reach the Canadian border this week. It has been drier there...so the core is centered in that area.