Summer is off to a wet start. We’ve had more than 11 inches of rain since June 1. We’ll have a dry Friday with lower humidity and temperatures near 80. More rain is likely this weekend, and we are in for another long stretch of unsettled weather. We’ll have a daily chance for scattered thunderstorms each day Saturday through Wednesday.
Hurricane Elsa made landfall in northern Florida Wednesday as a category one hurricane. The storm has maintained tropical storm strength through Thursday afternoon and soaked the southeast with 2-4 inches of rain. The storm will continue to weaken as it moves northeast, and 1-3 inches of rain is still likely along the eastern seaboard.
We have had more than 3 inches of rain this month.
So far, this has been a wet summer.
Temperatures will stay below average for the next four days.
Elsa is still a tropical storm.
Elsa will move up the east coast through Friday.
Elsa will bring 1-3 inches of rain to the eastern U.S.