-Great summertime conditions continue for the next several days, with mostly sunny, warm and dry weather.
-High pressure will be influencing our area with mostly sunny afternoons, and pleasant overnights.
Monday: Mostly sunny and warm. Some clouds from time-to-time later in the afternoon. Dewpoints in the upper 50’s to lower 60’s will result in fairly comfortable levels of humidity. High temperature 90. Light West-northwest winds 5-10 MPH.
Tomorrow Night. Clear and comfortable, low 66. Winds calm.
Tuesday: Sunny, warm and slightly more humid…becoming partly cloudy later in the afternoon with only a small chance of a shower north of our area. High temperature 91. Light Westerly winds.
Tuesday night – Partly cloudy Low near 70
Wednesday: A small impulse moving up the coast will throw some clouds in the morning, but look for skies to remain party sunny for much of the day. Clouds returning later in the afternoon, and a chance of a shower/thunderstorms later that evening. High temperature on Wed 90, Winds SW 10-15 MPH.
The next change of rain appears to arrive later Thursday.
–Monday-Tues – Lack of synoptic forcing and a fairly week pressure gradient coupled with the day-time heating will result in the development of local sea-breezes at the beeches and shore areas. Temperatures will drop to the lower 80’s and upper 70’s during the afternoon.
Humidity Comfort index of the next few days.
UV values will be high during times of peak daylight (~10am-~4pm). If outside for a period of 15 minutes or greater remember to wear sunscreen SPF 30 or higher on uncovered skin, wear sunglasses, a hat and remember to read the product’s instructions for re-applying sunscreen.