Today's Forecast

FROM ABC7’S BRIAN van de GRAAFF | Let’s be friends on FACEBOOK and connect on TWITTER!

An extended stretch of raw weather is ahead.

We are in the midst of an unsettled period of weather that will linger into the weekend…but why? Well the cold front that brought the gusty rain on Monday is hung up off the coast and will act as guide for the remnants of TS Karen to ride along. Unfortunately that low cannot lift out as high pressure has set up to the north and east providing little room for it to move. The net result is a persistent northeasterly breeze with gusts to 20mph at times. In addition clouds will be abundant as will rain showers and temperatures will remain well below normal. The good news it that we are in need the rain. While some minor coastal flooding is possible locally, the biggest impact of this system will be felt on the Atlantic shoreline with flooding and beach erosion likely.

TODAY: Off & on Rain & Drizzle, Gray, Breezy & Raw
Highs: 55º-60º
Wind: NE 10-15+ mph

OVERNIGHT: More Rain & Drizzle, Damp & Cool
Lows: Low to Mid 50s
Wind: NE 10 mph

TOMORROW: Occasional Showers/Drizzle, Breezy Cool
Highs: 59º-64º
Wind: NE 10-15+ mph

SATURDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Few Showers
Highs: Low to Mid 60s

SUNDAY: Limited Sun, Stray Shower
Highs: Mid to Upper 60s

COLUMBUS DAY: Partly Cloudy, Seasonable
Highs: Near 70º

High/Low Yesterday: 63º/58º
Precipitation: 0.13”
Normal High/Low: 70º/53º
Record High/Low: 92º (1939) /30º (1895)