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Fewer storms next few days

This afternoon we have seen most of the thunderstorms develop in our inland communities
east of I-75. They are moving very little.  We could get a couple of outflow boundaries that bring a few of these back toward the coast in the next several hours, but overall, rainfall potential is going down over the next few days.  
With fewer showers the next couple of afternoons, temperatures will be on the increase.  Expect afternoon highs over the weekend to soar in to the mid and lower 90's with heat indexes over 100. Saturday will include some afternoon isolated rain, but Sunday is looking even drier with a very low chance of rain for the afternoon.
Early next week rain chances remain lower than normal.
Friday's Boating Forecast-
Winds: Southeast becoming Southwest 5 Knots 
Seas & Rivers: 1-2 Feet
Bay & Inland Waters: Light Chop
Water Temperature: 93*
High Tide: 3AM/1PM
Low Tide: 6AM/8PM
Sunrise: 6:49 AM
Sunset: 8:19 PM
Tracking the Tropics-
A few strong tropical waves are coming off the west coast of Africa but dry, dusty air  continues to hamper any development.  Between the Saharan Dust and wind shear, the National Hurricane Center does not expect any tropical development for the next several days.
FOX 4 Storm Patrol Meteorologist Michelle Cunningham 

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