A beach day, but keep your eyes to the sky

     10:20 a.m. radar image, depicting showers and thunderstorms in the northern half of the state heading to the northeast.

    10:20 a.m. radar image, depicting showers and thunderstorms in the northern half of the state heading to the northeast.

    Summer-like conditions — warm, hazy, and humid — remain, continuing until Labor Day. Scattered showers and thunderstorms have been impacting the northern half of the state (radar indicates movement to the northeast), and the entire state will be at risk for precipitation today. Winds are out of the south at 10 to 15 mph. High temperatures will be in the low 80s along the coast, mid to upper 80s inland.

    BOAT/BEACH: Once again, a mixture of sun and clouds. Hazy. Breakers and swells are around 3 feet. There is a low risk of rip currents, but always swim near a lifeguard. With thunderstorms a threat, keep your eyes to the sky.

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