The rest of the week looks fantastic, and a lot warmer. Have a great night!
Once that ocean breeze eases and shifts around to a warmer southwesterly wind direction, the cool air will cease and another warming trend will develop. Temperatures will edge into the mid to upper 40s.
After another cool day on Friday, temperatures go back up above average for the weekend. Humidity levels will be on the rise as well. As we heading into 5/6 pm that's when we will see the most widespread rain.
Clouds will be slow to break up through the day Friday, but temperatures will rebound.
There's a slight chance of rain on Saturday. The second cold front will make an appearance late Sunday, with a few showers and thunderstorms.
By the end of the week and into next weekend, we will still have mostly sunny skies. High pressure sets in for next week, returning sunshine to the area. Highs will climb well into the 70s, and with enough sunshine, 80 degree high temperatures are again possible, especially by Sunday when we may be close to record warmth. Initially after the front passes, we will get down into the 50s, then the 60s will return.
Tropical Storm Ophelia expected to strengthen into a hurricane over the open Atlantic. The good news is, she does not pose any threat to the United States.
Easterly flow eases up through the evening but continues to keep the clouds around.