MONDAY NIGHT The chance of seeing pop up weak thunderstorms will be decreasing through the overnight hours. Still a chance you might see a light shower. But overall it will be a warm one out there. Instead of seeing lows in the 40s tonight the temperatures will drop into the mid/upper 50s. Fog will begin to develop late as well so use extra caution if you encounter an area. Winds will mainly be out of the west around 5-10 mph. TUESDAY A very similar day to Monday can be expected. We will start the day off with areas of dense patchy fog. There will be minimal rain chances during the morning hours, but the later we move in the day the better the chance will be to see afternoon pop up thunderstorms. Rain: 30% Wind: WSW 5-15. TUESDAY NIGHT Another warm one will be expected and in keeping with the theme, shower chances will be on the decline during the overnight hours. Lows will be around 60 with winds mainly out of the SW. EXTENDED There will be the chance of afternoon showers and storms through mid week, temperatures will trend warmer than average in the low to mid 80s. Rain chances decrease in the latter part of the week as we see more of a zonal trend, temperatures could reach the mid 80s by Friday before we see our next system move closer heading into the Weekend.
Along the Coast Always check conditions before going into the water. On Tuesday - Possible PM Thunderstorms Rip Current Risk: Moderate Wind: SW 10-15 kts Seas: 2-3 ft Bays: Light to Mod Chop UV: 7 Water Temp: 66°
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