After days of heat, humidity and not much rain, the pattern has changed into a more typical summer pattern. That means morning sun, afternoon storms and seasonable high temperatures for Sunday through the upcoming week.

Sunday morning will start out partly sunny and muggy. Isolated showers will fire up by early afternoon and become more widespread by late day and early evening. Rain chances about 50%. Highs in the low 90s.

For boaters and beachgoers the best time to be out will be the morning, with late day storms bringing a lightning threat. Winds will be from the east around 10 knots during the morning with an onshore sea breeze by late day. Seas 1-2 feet and water temperature 89.

The storms may still be around for the beginning of the Lightning game at Amelie Arena, but should fade shortly after the game begins.

The rest of the upcoming week will feature fairly typical summer weather. Each day will start with sunshine and storms will move in by mid afternoon, lingering into the mid evening. Highs each day should be in the low to mid 90s.

In the Tropics, we are watching two areas of concern. In the western Gulf of Mexico there is a slight change of development. But the system will quickly move west into Texas before it becomes significant.

In the central Tropical Atlantic we are tracking a disturbance with a 60% chance of development. That should become better organized by the time it reaches the Lesser Antilles midweek.

As it stands now, it seems a large ridge over Florida should force the system far south through the Caribbean and likely into Central America. That could of course change and the system needs to be monitored.