Chief Meteorologist Patrick Rockey’s First Warning Forecast
Showers and storms will be moving out overnight, but some areas of dense, patchy fog may settle in for the morning commute.
After tonight, our storm threat goes down significantly. But, that doesn’t mean we are done with the wet weather.
Tuesday is looking mainly dry with just a 20% chance for an afternoon shower or storm. Expect high temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s.
But then a persistent northeast wind starts to push clouds and light showers in. That will bring us some wet, gloomy weather on Wednesday and Thursday, along with high temperatures only in the lower 70s. That northeast wind along with an approaching full moon will also bring the threat for a little tidal flooding.
The skies will start to clear for the end of the workweek and into the weekend, laying the groundwork for significantly warmer weather on the way.
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