High pressure will keep us cool and dry for several more days
This Afternoon: Sunny & Cool
Highs: 46°-50° | Wind: N 5-13 mph
Overnight: Clear and Cold
Lows: 28°-35° | Wind: N 2-6 mph
Thursday: Sunny & Cool
Highs: Near 50° | Wind: N 5-10 mph
High pressure north of our area will keep us in a cool, northerly or northeasterly air flow for the rest of the week. Average high temperatures are in the upper 50s during the middle of November, Our actual high temperatures will be a bit cooler than that. Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected through the day on Saturday.
On Sunday, we are forecasting mostly cloudy skies with temperatures remaining below average. For the past several days, computer models have been making the case for another coastal storm. While that storm may well develop, the latest guidance is suggesting it will do so far enough off shore to keep most or all of the rain east of our area. It's only Wednesday, so things could change but right now the probability for rain is diminishing. We will keep you well informed on air and on line.