THIS EVENING: Clouds will continue to build and thicken across the area. There is a very small shower threat mainly in our southwest counties. Much of the area remains dry. Temps will fall from around 80 to the low 70s.
MORNING: Starting with abundant cloud cover and may be an isolated shower. Lows, milder than the past several mornings will start in the low to mid 60s with the blanket of clouds and more moisture around the area.
TOMORROW: Winds will be light and persistent out of the east. Mostly cloudy skies continue into the afternoon with only an isolated shower or thunderstorm threat. Highs will be held down a bit in the upper 70s to around 80 to 81 degrees thanks to the onshore flow keeping the clouds around.
OUTLOOK: Our rain chance goes up on Wednesday as the next wave of low pressure and some upper level energy dive in. Showers and thunderstorms will be scattered in the afternoon and evening and the threat will continue into Thursday before tapering off. Highs the next few days will remain in the upper 70s to around 80 degrees. No real warm up heading into the weekend. It looks as if the upper level trough and developing closed low parks just off the coast in the Western Atlantic. This allows high pressure to nose in at the surface and keep us dry. Friday the front may be close enough to trigger an isolated shower or thunderstorm but much of the day should remain dry with the high taking over. Sun will mix with sunshine and highs will be cooler in the upper 70s. Heading into the weekend, confidence with the forecast goes down because the modeling is different with the forecast solution. Right now we keep it dry with partly sunny skies and highs hovering around 80 degrees. Next front arrives for Monday evening. Temperatures will bounce up a few degrees ahead of the front into the low 80s.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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