By Justin Lewis, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer

The story doesn’t change much this afternoon as we’re anticipating scattered showers and isolated storms across the area.

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Even if you’re spared by the rains, you’re stuck with that breezy, tropical air out there.

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Some showers will be felt tonight, but the overall flooding risk will remain low.

It will still be muggy out there, too, with temps only falling into the mid 70s.

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We’re in for another round of scattered showers and storms tomorrow with the focus more so inland. It will remain sticky and breezy with highs in the low 80s.

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Then Wednesday through Wednesday night we’ll see more widespread showers and thunderstorms. This, of course, translates to potentially more flooding around the area.

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As always, there will be more details to come, so stay tuned!