Hour by Hour // A hourly look at the upcoming conditions »
Temps will start to cool down this evening with overnight lows in the low 60s. Some overnight patchy fog is expected as well.
Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »
Monday morning will have a cool start with temps in the upper 50s/low 60s with mostly cloudy skies and some lingering patchy fog. Fog should start to clear out as we head towards late morning with more sunshine able to mix in, leading to a rise in temps to the low 70s.
Monday afternoon will be much milder with temps reaching the upper 70s and a good mix of clouds and sun throughout. Dry conditions are expected throughout the day as well with a warmer feel to the air as dewpoints will rise to the mid 60s.
Beach conditions should be pleasant throughout outside of any early morning lingering fog. High temps will be in the low 70s.
Conditions are expected to become more oppressive humidity wise as we head towards Tuesday and Wednesday with another chance for showers.
TROPICS (as of Sunday Evening)
We continue to watch the tropics closely, especially Hurricane Franklin. Franklin is expected to continue to strengthen over the next few days as it passes south of Bermuda…perhaps into a Category 4 storm west of Bermuda early next week. Tropical Storm Idalia is also on our radar as it is expected to impact the Caribbean and the Florida Panhandle.
TROPICAL STORM IDALIA
Tropical Storm Idalia is expected to strengthen into a hurricane as it exits the Caribbean and enters the Gulf of Mexico. Latest forecast track and intensity from the National Hurricane Center brings what is expected to be Hurricane Idalia as a Category 2 storm into the western coast of Florida before moving inland over the Carolinas and Georgia.
This storm, as of now, is expected to move out to sea well south of New England.
HURRICANE FRANKLIN FORECAST TRACK
It continues to look like Franklin will pass well to our east and out to sea midweek, but it will generate some large waves for early next week as it is expected to strengthen to a Category 4 hurricane by Tuesday. Expect rough/high surf and dangerous rip currents Tuesday through Wednesday.
(Current Stats as of Sunday 11 PM)