The sunshine is going to fade away behind the increasing cloud cover today. Mostly cloudy to overcast sky conditions are taking over and will do so until midday Thursday. We may squeeze out a few bright spots here and there throughout that time period. A chance of showers arrives later today, mainly after 3pm. Highs will be on the mild side in the lower to middle 70s.
Skies will remain mostly cloudy and the chance for scattered light showers will continue into Wednesday. The temperatures will be a little cooler in the lower 70s with a light southeast breeze.
On Thursday, the frontal boundary will finally push offshore by midday. Then, that’s when the skies will being to clear out. Highs will reach the middle 70s.
Friday will be a beauty with highs in the middle and upper 70s!
This weekend: Both the GFSx and the EURO are depicting a cold front that will induce late-day showers on Saturday, while Sunday is the day when there are discrepancies between the two. The GFSx shows a more positive outlook with the cold front and showers moving out Sunday morning, but the EURO shows the front stalling and producing rain throughout the day on Sunday. The temperatures will be near 70F on Saturday with cooler high temps in the lower 60s by Sunday. Early next week is hinting at highs falling into the 50s!