Temperatures remain warm on first fall weekend, 40 percent chance of rain

Sunday is shaping up to be about the same as Saturday.

We will reach a high of 92 by 4 p.m. Our rain chances are up a little bit compared to Saturday at 40 percent.

We will stay dry and mostly sunny all morning and afternoon until after 2 p.m.

After that we could see some fast-moving spotty showers but nothing widespread or that will ruin plans if you're outside.

By 8 p.m. there is a slight chance for a thunderstorm but that will be mainly for southern counties.

We clear up nicely by Sunday night with a low of 74 and winds coming from the east at 5 mph.

Next week our rain chances stay at 40 percent all week and that keeps our temperatures a little cooler, in the high 80s.

Tropical Storm Kyle is moving very fast at 46 mph, still not likely to make landfall, but it is causing our rip current risk to be high once again.

Invest 97 has an 80 percent chance of tropical development within the next five days and if it does form it will be named Matthew.