Sunday, September 09, 2012

Forecast for Monday, September 10, 2012

A very isolated shower is possible tonight in our far northwestern areas. Otherwise the few clouds we have right now should thin and dissipate after dusk and give way to mostly clear skies. We will have a breeze out there tonight and the clouds initially may not present the most ideal radiational cooling conditions. With that said, we will still drop down to levels we have not been down to for nighttime minimum temperatures since spring. A light jacket may be required.

Gorgeous conditions with low humidity and seasonable temperatures will be in place for Monday and Tuesday. Abundant sunshine is anticipated. An area of high pressure will continue to influence our weather later in the week, but this high pressure will change position and move offshore allowing for temperatures to rise back into the eighties by mid to late week. No precipitation is expected until the weekend when a frontal boundary pushes in. For the weekend, there is a chance for rain showers and thunderstorms. 

It could be breezy at times on Monday. Nighttime lows could get quite chilly with ideal raditational cooling Monday and Tuesday, as the wind speeds relax.

Rip currents will continue to be a concern at the shore due to Leslie still churning out in the Atlantic. A moderate to high risk of rip currents is expected to remain likely through the middle of the week.