High pressure is passing by to our north leaving us with a warm easterly flow. That is resulting in above normal temperatures for most of this week with the mercury pushing 80 degrees. We will be mainly dry with only a spritz or two of mist each morning and some patchy fog. A cold front will stall north of the area midweek, but at this point rain chances appear to be less then 10% Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures remain mild and above the average of 74 through the weekend!
Today: Cloudy to partly cloudy with a stray spit of mist this morning, then mostly sunny with a few clouds this afternoon. Winds will be E 10 mph with a high near 81.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with a patch or two of fog. Winds will be light from the east with lows in the low to mid 60s, upper 50s north.
Marine Forecast: Winds E 10 kts with seas 1-2'. Water temperature is near 67.
Meteorologist Bobby Deskins