Sunday turned out to be a beauty. So, if you liked yesterday, you’re in luck today! It’s going to be another beautiful late-fall day with sunshine, a gusty wind, and highs in the lower to middle 60s.
Tuesday will kick-off with sunshine while clouds will start to filter in late in the day. High temps will be topping off in the lower 60s.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a few showers. It will be damp and cool with temperatures in the middle and upper 50s. It will begin to clear out on Wednesday evening.
Sunshine and tranquil weather will take hold on Thursday throughout the end of the week. Thursday will have high temps in the lower 60s while Friday will be even warmer near 70F.
The last weekend of October will supply us with plenty fo sunshine. Saturday will be sunny, but Sunday will include a chance of evening showers. Highs will be warmest on Saturday with highs in the upper 60s, but Sunday will be cooler near 60F. According to the latest long-range models, we will be watching the Tropics closely as a potential hurricane will be nearing the Southeastern U.S. at that point in time. The GFSx is showing a frontal boundary keeping the storm away from making landfall along the East Coast. However, the EURO is less promising as it depicts the storm making landfall near the Delmarva Peninsula/Southern New Jersey early next week. These are two completely different solutions that we will be watching closely as the new model runs become available.