Yesterday was cooler and much less humid, except for a surprise shower around 8pm (.04″) otherwise it was a rather nice day.
Today will be a bit breezy as the pressure gradient tightens between a high pressure over the Great Lakes and Tropical Storm Leslie moving well off to our east.
Leslie is responsible for high and dangerous rip currents that will continue until Tuesday morning.
Cooler than normal Tuesday with plenty of sunshine. A warming trend will begin on Wednesday and continue into the weekend with highs rising into the 80s, the next chance for any rain to fall is maybe Saturday night into Sunday, otherwise dry this whole week.
The forecast: Today, sunny, high in the mid 70s.
Tonight: clear and chilly, low around 50.
Tuesday, sunny, high low 70s.
Wednesday through Friday, sunny days and clear nights, highs in the lower 80s.
Saturday, mostly sunny during the day, chance of a shower at night, high in the low 80s.
Sunday, partly sunny, high near 80.
Marine Forecast: – Small craft advisory till Tuesday morning – north wind gusting to 25 knots, seas to 7 feet with swells..
Outlook – seas and winds will subside Tuesday evening to below advisory levels, and good boating should continue into the weekend.
Have a happy Monday!