Yesterday was yucky day with over an inch of rain and temperatures not getting out of the 60s, today will be less yucky but still cloudy with a couple of showers likely but not as widespread, temperatures will also be about 10 degrees higher climbing to the low 70s.
Tonight will be cloudy and muggy with a chance of showers lows in the low 60s.
Wednesday and Thursday will be warmer with some sun but also a risk of a scattered shower or thunderstorm, highs in the upper 70s or close to 80 with enough sunshine.
Friday more sun with only a slight chance of a shower, temperatures rising to highs in the low 80s.
This holiday weekend looks very summer like with temperatures rising to the mid 80s and even 90 in some spots, there is a hint of a cold front coming down from the north on Monday that would cause cooler temperatures but at this point that is not in the forecast.
Almost all of the weekend will be dry but there still may be an isolated afternoon thundershower each day.
Marine forecast: Small craft advisories well out in the ocean for high seas into tomorrow morning then below advisory levels through the weekend, however boaters should be aware of dense fog in the early morning hours and possible afternoon thunderstorm.