Partly cloudy skies will continue overnight.
- Partly Cloudy, Not as Cool
- Lows: 40s to Mid 50s
- Wind: NE 5 m.p.h.
- Partly Cloudy, Seasonal
- Highs: Mid 70s
- Wind: E 4-8 m.p.h.
- Mostly Cloudy to Partly Sunny
- Highs: Low to Mid 70s
- Wind: ENE 4-8 m.p.h.
The area of high pressure responsible for this incredible weather is shifting out of the region, as an area of low pressure passes just south of Washington late tonight. High pressure will start to build back into the area tomorrow with several more pleasant autumn days to follow. While we will not see clear blue skies, there will be a fair amount of sunshine.
The one exception might be Friday into early Saturday. The reason is our area might be subjected to a moderate flow of ocean air with easterly winds. This may not only severely limit the sunshine, but may keep high temperatures well below average. We’ll see if that trend develops. We will also be watching an area of low pressure form off the Atlantic Seaboard. Smart money has the system staying well off-shore as it strengthens. But we will watch it closely, in the off chance it moves closer to the coast. That movement could dramatically change our local weather.