Some more rain mostly light to moderate later this afternoon and at night! Clearing and breezy on Wednesday! Quiet weather on Thursday followed by more rain mainly Friday afternoon through Saturday evening!

Well better late than never. After replacing the router after a close lightning strike last night we are back up and running.

Some breaks in the clouds right now and temperatures at 3:30 p.m. range from 58 in Clifton down to 51 at High Point, winds are now light from the southwest. Total rainfall since last night is 5.15″



RECORD HIGH: 73 – 2010 RECORD LOW 30 – 1987

YESTERDAY’S HIGH: 77 (tied record) LOW: 51 PRECIPITATION: 1.22″

The storm responsible for the heavy rain is not redeveloping off the coast and after a break in the precipitation some light to moderate rain is likely later this afternoon into tonight, additional rainfall should be less than an inch.

Wednesday will start off cloudy but we should see some clearing as the storm will slowly move eastward. It will be breezy with gusts to 30 mph.

Thursday should be a quiet weather day with sunny skies and seasonably cool temperatures.

Another storm system will give us more rain from Friday afternoon through Saturday evening however rain should not be as heavy as this past storm maybe around an inch with some higher amounts.

Halloween looks to be a sunny day with near seasonable temperatures and that dry weather should continue into Monday.


TODAY – OCT 26 – Showers likely, high near 60.

TONIGHT – Showers ending by around 2 a.m., breezy, low in the low 50s.

WEDNESDAY – OCT 27 – Cloudy in the morning then becoming mostly sunny, breezy, high in the low 60s.

THURSDAY – OCT 28 – Sunny, high in the low 60s.

FRIDAY – OCT 29 – Rain mainly after 2 p.m., high near 60.

SATURDAY – OCT 30 – Rain likely, high in the mid 60s.

HALLOWEEN – OCT 31 – Mostly sunny, high in the mid 60s.

MONDAY – NOV 1 – Sunny, high in the mid 60s.

MARINE FORECAST – A gale warning is in effect until 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon for winds north-northwest gusting to 40 knots, seas 7-10 feet.

OUTLOOK – Advisories likely mainly for high seas Wednesday night through Saturday.

Have a good day and stay safe and hopefully dry!

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