Great weather continues into the first half of the weekend! A good deal of sunshine and warm temperatures will make for great beach day or any outdoor activities. Westerly winds will keep temperatures in the upper 70s on Friday and low to mid 70s on Saturday. Only a slight chance of a shower could occur late Friday night.
The threat of showers increase for the 2nd half of the weekend into early next week. However, Sunday could end up being a mainly dry day.
Computer models still show a threat of showers for Sunday. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)
Shower & T’storm threat increases for Monday as a low pressure system approaches. (Courtesy:tropicaltidbits.com)
BOAT & BEACH
Waves will be rather calm through the period only around 2ft with ocean temperatures still running in the low 60s. UV index will be very high especially Friday & Saturday so use that sunblock! Sunday’s UV index could be lower if more cloud cover shrouds the sky.
STILL NO HEAT IN SIGHT
Looking ahead to next week shows “cooler” and unsettled weather. No Summer heat in sight as High temperatures will only reach the mid 60s to low 70s.
6-10 day temperature outlook show below normal temperatures expected across much of the Eastern U.S.