Skies are cloudy with some light rain around the area, temperatures are still warm ranging from the low 70s in Clifton to the mid 60s further inland, winds are light. The rain early this morning ended a streak of about 20 days without any measurable precipitation which was the longest since 2001 when we had 26 days of rain free weather.
Today we will have cloudy skies with periods of rain into the evening, some of the rain may be heavy at times that can cause some local flooding, temperatures will not rise that much as a cold front has settled to our south and highs will be in the 70s which then will end another streak of 80 degree plus days that started on July 5th.
Rain should end by Friday morning and we should have a dry Friday afternoon, temperatures will be near normal.
Most of the day on Saturday will be dry but another disturbance will likely cause more rain from Saturday night into most of Sunday, temperatures again will be near normal.
Some rain may linger into early Monday then we should see dry weather with above normal temperatures most of next week.
TODAY – Cloudy with showers with a possible thunderstorm, rain may be heavy at times, high in the upper 70s.
TONIGHT – Cloudy with periods of rain and a possible thunderstorm, rain may be heavy at times, low in the upper 60s.
FRIDAY – Cloudy with a chance of rain before 9 a.m. then becoming mostly sunny, high in the low 80s.
SATURDAY – Partly sunny till the afternoon then increasing cloudiness with a chance of showers, high in the low 80s, rain likely at night.
SUNDAY – Cloudy with showers likely and a possible thunderstorm, high in the upper 70s.
MONDAY – Chance of an early shower then becoming mostly sunny, high in the upper 70s.
TUESDAY – Sunny, high in the low 80s.
WEDNESDAY – Sunny, high in the low 80s.
MARINE FORECAST: TODAY – East-northeast wind to 8 knots, seas 2 feet.
OUTLOOK – No advisories expected through Sunday but small craft advisories may be needed on Monday.
Water temperatures are in the mid 70s.
Have a good day!