THURSDAY NIGHT Another shot of arctic air will be filtering in tonight dropping temperatures into the mid 30s. Winds will be kicking up as well. Expect northerly winds anywhere between 15 and 20 mph. This in turn will cause a wind chill. Wind chill values tonight and early tomorrow morning will be in the 20s! Rain chances will be diminishing throughout the evening hours. FRIDAY Expect a much cooler day. Daytime highs will only be able to manage mid 50s. On the bright side... We should see the sun later on in the day. Chance we may hang on to them into the early morning hours. Winds will be out of the north 5-15 mph. FRIDAY NIGHT Another cold night will be on hand. Overnight lows might be colder than they will be tonight. This will be due to the arctic air mass and less wind/cloud cover. Some spots might see a light freeze, but for most mid 30s will be the norm once again. Winds N 5-10 mph. EXTENDED Transitioning into the weekend, we are going to continue to see an unsettled weather pattern. We will see a brief warm up with highs this weekend into the low and mid 60s, but still below average for this time of year. Overnight lows will follow suit with them being slightly warmer each day. Going from mid 30s to low 50s by Tuesday. As we start next week that's when we will see an increase for rain chances.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Thursday - Small Craft Advisory Wind: NW 15-20 kts Seas: 4-6 ft. Bays: Choppy UV: 5 Water Temp: 60°
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