Tropical Storm Arthur formed along the east coast of Florida.
As of 5 p.m. Tuesday evening, winds were 50 mph with an upper trough moving east across the northern half of the nation.
Arthur will move northward and remain along the US East coast. This same trough will erode the upper high over the SE US and begin to trigger some showers by Wednesday with a better chance Thursday as a weak frontal boundary moves into the area.
Though rain chances will be higher, we are not anticipating the rainfall amounts we saw last week. A chance for showers will persist into the rest of the week and upcoming weekend. No need to cancel outdoor plans as the rains will be scattered.