FRIDAY NIGHT Showers will linger into the evening hours, and fizzle out steadily after sunset. Just like the last few nights, we'll see a mostly cloudy sky, with some areas of patchy fog, especially in rural spots. Lows will fall to the low and middle 60s. SATURDAY and SATURDAY NIGHT Most computer models are pointing at a less-active day on Saturday. We'll still see some showers and isolated t-storms fire up during the afternoon and evening on Saturday. With the lack of rain, temps could warm up, getting close to 80 in some places. Chance of rain is 50% SUNDAYThe real rain this weekend happens on Sunday, as a cold front sweeps through. Right now, it looks like the timing of the front passing will be from the early afternoon through early evening. There is a decent chance some of the t-storms that fire off along this front will be strong and possibly severe. We will have a risk of severe weather on Sunday, so stay tuned for more updates on that. EXTENDED The work week starts with dry weather for a change. The cold front will leave relatively dry air in its wake. With just a bit more moisture leftover, there will be a chance for rain Monday, but it will be much less of a chance than what we've been used to recently. Things look all dry on Tuesday and Wednesday, with lows and highs near normal.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Friday - Showers/T-storms Possible Rip Current Risk: Moderate Wind: S 5-10 kts Seas: 2 ft Bays: Mostly Smooth UV: 8 Water Temp: 76°
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